Hi,

In message "Re: ruby-dev summary 18711-18810"
    on 02/11/18, "Aleksei Guzev" <aleksei.guzev / bigfoot.com> writes:

|> |If the longest sequence would be chosen, what value should receive the
|> |absent items?
|>
|> nil
|
|But this will raise TypeError in the case of incompatible type/length of the
|sequences. This would hide the error and violate  "...* (on zip) We should
|not raise exceptions when the length of the components are differ..."

I'm not sure if I get what you mean.  How does it hide errors and
violate the assumption?  nil does not always raise TypeError, if you
know the value may be nil.  If "zip" itself raises exceptions, there's
no workaround.

							matz.