Hi,

In message "How do immediate values work?  (implementation question)"
    on 03/03/27, "Chris Pine" <nemo / hellotree.com> writes:

|I thought this was impossible!  Where is the instance variable stored?  If
|it's possible to associate any amount of data I want to with the object `1',
|why can't I associate a singleton class with it?  Are instance variables
|stored somewhere different from other ruby object internals (which immediate
|values don't have)?  If so, what's the reason for this?  Speed?

Yes, I thought performance matters for most of Ruby users.  If we come
up with faster solution, it will be allowed.

							matz.