From: "Nat Pryce" <nat.pryce / b13media.com>

> On Wed, 2002-10-30 at 11:41, Nikodemus Siivola wrote:
> > Using ruby to solve domain specific issues. For example, 3D stuff need a
> > lot of matrices and vecotrs. It would be nice to have literal for those,
> > now I need to do
> >
> >  Vector.new(3,5,6)
> >
> > This can get rather verbose in the long run, defining a literal would allow
> > me to do
> >
> >  <3,5,6>
> >
> > or whatever.
>
> But the former is *far* more readable.
>
> Cheers,
> Nat.

Another thing to remember is that you can always use

  Vector[3,5,6]

which is even better.  (This probably isn't defined, of course, I don't even
know what librrary we're talking about, but you could define it yourself, and
ask your friendly library author to include it.)

Gavin