On Sat, 29 Nov 2003 03:57:05 +0900, Masayoshi Takahashi wrote:
>    [ruby-dev:21933] new hash literal
> Nobu Nakata read Matz's RC2003 slides
> (http://www.rubyist.net/~matz/slides/rc2003/mgp00027.html)
> and made a patch for a new hash literal like {key: value}.

Matz slide says:
{a: 45, b: 55, c: 65}   same as  {:a => 45, :b => 55 :c => 65}


Will it be possible to leave out spaces,
so that {a:45, b:55, c:65} are possible ?

Leaving out comma, will it be possible?
like this: {a:45 b:55 c:65}

What happens if no value are specified ?  nil?
For instance 'verbose:' has no value
  copy source:"file.in" dest:"file.out" verbose:


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Simon Strandgaard