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Updated by dorianmariefr (Dorian MariƩ) 9 months ago

 
 For instance: 

 ``` 
 p({ 2_weeks: 1 }) 
 ``` 

 results in: 

 ``` 
 a.rb:1: trailing `_' in number 
 p({ 2_weeks: 1 }) 
 a.rb:1: syntax error, unexpected local variable or method, expecting => 
 p({ 2_weeks: 1 }) 
 ``` 

 and  

 ``` 
 p({ :2_weeks => 1 }) 
 ``` 

 results in: 

 ``` 
 a.rb:1: trailing `_' in number 
 p({ :2_weeks => 1 }) 
 a.rb:1: syntax error, unexpected integer literal, expecting literal content or terminator or tSTRING_DBEG or tSTRING_DVAR 
 ``` 

 I'm not sure if it's doable as ruby thinks I'm writing a number, just wondering if that could be possible to start a symbol with a number 

 (I know `{ "2_weeks": 1 }` works, that's what I'm using instead)

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