Thomas Link wrote:
> 
> Hi,
> 
> This is a newbie question:
> 
> Is there a way to apply (as in Lisp, Scheme and the like) a method/block
> to an array, so that the elements of the array become the arguments of
> the method call. Something like:
> 
>         a(1,2,3) ~~ a.apply([1,2,3])

Like this?
          a(*[1,2,3])

* is used in argument list to unpack array contents to arguments (like
here) or to pack arguments into an array,like in "def mymethod(*args)"

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