On 1213, David A. Black wrote:
> > Why ruby handle booleans so liberally?
> > I mean why can I pass anything to an if, and for constructs requiring
> > bool? I guess many programmers do it the wrong way saying "if 0" and
> > expecting to be true...
> 
> It is true:

I meant false, of course...

> > And on the other hand I must use to_i and others to convert from one
> > type to another.
> You mean you want to have to put "to_bool" everywhere? :-)

Not everywhere, just where needed...
Where should you put these? (examples)

Gergo

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