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universato (Yoshimine Sato)

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08/31/2021

11:56 AM Ruby master Revision b6691e97 (git): Fix a code in the Array#min documentation.
universato (Yoshimine Sato)

05/20/2021

03:17 PM Ruby master Feature #17873: Update of default gems in Ruby 3.1
I would like `prime` library to remain in the default gems or the bundled gems.
I do competitive programming as a ho...
universato (Yoshimine Sato)
07:55 AM Ruby master Bug #17631: `Numeric#real?` incorrectly returns true for `NaN` and `INFINITY`
FYI:
```ruby
p Float::INFINITY.real #=> Infinity
p Float::INFINITY.imag #=> 0
p Float::NAN.real #=> NaN
p Float:...
universato (Yoshimine Sato)
02:00 AM Ruby master Bug #17868: Strange result of Coverage for while-in-while
Thank you for the quick response!
I have confirmed that the original code can be measured with this patch.
universato (Yoshimine Sato)

05/19/2021

10:12 PM Ruby master Feature #17210: More readable and useful `Set#inspect`
+1
I second the proposal.
```ruby
p [1, 2, 3] #=> [1, 2, 3]
p "hello" #=> "hello"
p 1.0 #=> 1.0
p({"x"=>1}) ...
universato (Yoshimine Sato)
02:21 PM Ruby master Bug #17868 (Closed): Strange result of Coverage for while-in-while
```ruby
n = 3
while n > 0
n -= 1 while n > 0
end
```
This `while_in_while.rb` is the file to be measured.
...
universato (Yoshimine Sato)

04/14/2021

05:51 PM Ruby master Revision b190f6ef (git): [ruby/matrix] Fix a typo in a error message
universato (Yoshimine Sato)

01/13/2021

01:24 AM Ruby master Feature #17097: `map_min`, `map_max`
https://github.com/crystal-lang/crystal/pull/365
In Crystal language, these proposed methods are called `max_of`, `m...
universato (Yoshimine Sato)

01/12/2021

10:38 PM Ruby master Feature #17496: Add constant Math::TAU
FYI
https://processing.org/reference/TAU.html
Processing may not be a general purpose language, but it has `TAU`...
universato (Yoshimine Sato)

10/11/2020

06:46 PM Ruby master Bug #17257: Integer#pow(0, 1) returns 1, which is incorrect
sawa (Tsuyoshi Sawada) wrote in #note-10:
> I cannot follow the discussion because of the expression "multiplying `x ...
universato (Yoshimine Sato)

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