Hi,

In message "Re: How to call an object instance's method?"
    on 03/04/25, Brian Candler <B.Candler / pobox.com> writes:

|In particular, many people are going to write
|    puts( 3 )
|or
|    puts (3)
|purely as stylistic variations

Don't.  And if you don't, you will be happy.

|Thanks for that explanation. FWIW I think it's really a bad idea for
|whitespace to play a significant role like that, and I hope that this
|decision is reconsidered before 1.8 is released.

It's bad for who don't care white spaces.  Care what you write.
"puts( 3 )" and "puts (3)" are _not_ same.

"puts (a+b).abs" as "(puts(a+b)).abs" really made me mad.

							matz.