> It's applicable to a small subset of the total set of classes.
> Really, x++ is the same as x.succ!, and x.succ! won't work because
> there's no assignment and you can't change self.

I don't follow that.  Why is it that I can do string.chomp! but it is not
conceivable to do x.succ!?  Aren't you changing self with string.chomp!?


Daniel.