"Gennady F. Bystritsky" <gfb / tonesoft.com> writes:
> myString =~ /#{myVariable}_\d\d\d/
> 
> In general, #{} evaluates a Ruby expression inside string literals.

but // is a regex delimiter, not a string, right?  Is this just a case
where Ruby is like Perl, and regexes are double-quotish by default?

-=Eric
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