Sean O'Dell wrote:
"
> 
> So, in my line of thinking: me.eat(food)
> "Hello world".print to me equates to: food.eat.
> 
> I eat.  Food doesn't eat.  $stdout prints.  Strings don't print.

Isn't this begging the question?

The argument seems to be, "print has been defined for $stdout, not 
string; since strings don't have 'print', string.print would not be not 
correct."




James