["Kent S." <happy / user.com>, 2004-03-08 17.54 CET]
> > class << obj
> >   def init
> >     ...
> >   end
> >
> >   singleton.init
> > end
> 
> I don't understand this. What should singleton method/attribute return? 
> As  I understand this correctly, init method in this case is a 
> instance's method, not a singleton class's method.

My mistake. I thought "singleton" was the single instance, and
"singleton class" meant "the singleton's class". Looking in the
dictionary, I guess the second definition ("a set containing a single
member") is the correct one, isn't it?

Thanks.