On 11/13/2013 12:44 PM, אלעזר wrote: >
The Ruby Programming Language, 184.108.40.206: "spaces and method invocations": """ Ruby's grammar allows the parentheses around method invocations to be omitted in certain circumstances. This allows Ruby methods to be used as if they were statements, which is an important part of Ruby's elegance. Unfortunately, however, it opens up a pernicious whitespace dependency.
Thanks for the example. Personally, I wouldn't use the word elegance along with the phrase "opens up a pernicious ..."