On Tue, Dec 03, 2002 at 09:53:29PM +0900, Austin Ziegler wrote:
> On Tue, 3 Dec 2002 18:19:27 +0900, Shannon Fang wrote:
> > I think it is explained already in the discussion. I am clear now,
> > but I still think it is different. Because if you do this:

But it is not! :-)

> > 
> > a=b=c=d=e="hello"
> > a="world"
> > 
> > Then, b, c, d, e, won't be changed.
> 
> That's no different than:
> 
> a=b=c=d=e=[1, 2, 3]
> a=[4, 5, 6]

That's my point. There's nothing special about Array in Ruby... but the
'[]' notation which is just syntactic sugar anyway.

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