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citizen428 (Michael Kohl)

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  • Email: citizen428@gmail.com
  • Registered on: 03/30/2011
  • Last connection: 07/17/2020

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07/18/2020

12:59 AM Ruby master Bug #17034: Unexpected behavior in #max for beginless range
jeremyevans0 (Jeremy Evans) wrote in #note-2:
> I think a `RangeError` is more correct. Without having a beginning,...
citizen428 (Michael Kohl)

07/17/2020

04:26 PM Ruby master Bug #17034: Unexpected behavior in #max for beginless range
citizen428 (Michael Kohl) wrote:
> I think this is not ideal. Possible solutions:
>
> 1. Return `e` (`RANGE_END(r...
citizen428 (Michael Kohl)
04:00 AM Ruby master Bug #17034 (Closed): Unexpected behavior in #max for beginless range
When calling `max` on a beginless range, a non-intuitive error gets raised:
``` ruby
r = ..9
r.max
# ArgumentEr...
citizen428 (Michael Kohl)

08/02/2014

08:59 AM Ruby master Feature #6817: Partial application
Koichi Sasada wrote:
> Basically, I like this proposal.
> But I'm not sure this notation can be acceptable.
In ...
citizen428 (Michael Kohl)

05/06/2014

11:22 AM Ruby master Feature #9807 (Open): String.new with block
After a discussion in our team chat today, I wondered if it would be a good idea to have a version of String.new that... citizen428 (Michael Kohl)

08/13/2012

06:52 AM Ruby master Feature #6847: Hash#extract
claytrump (Clay Trump) wrote:
> There is no "extract!" in ActiveSupport, its "slice!" you mean.
http://apidock.c...
citizen428 (Michael Kohl)

08/11/2012

06:42 PM Ruby master Feature #6847: Hash#extract
claytrump (Clay Trump) wrote:
> Isn't that like the method slice in ActiveSupport?
It's definitely like extract! ...
citizen428 (Michael Kohl)

08/10/2012

02:01 AM Ruby master Feature #6847 (Rejected): Hash#extract
I often need a method to extract "subhashes" from hashes. I often monkey-patched this into hash and found "extract" t... citizen428 (Michael Kohl)

08/07/2012

02:47 AM Ruby master Feature #6373: public #self
i also found a previous issue where this behavior would come in handy: http://bugs.ruby-lang.org/issues/2172 citizen428 (Michael Kohl)

07/31/2012

03:38 PM Ruby master Feature #6817 (Open): Partial application
I know that what I propose here is a significant change to Ruby, but it's part of my ongoing quest to get some more f... citizen428 (Michael Kohl)

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