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Started by Jhone ButtlerNov 6, 2021

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Named arguments as local variables in Ruby

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I discover myself continuously writing what I see as unnecessary code in ruby while using named arguments for techniques.

Take for example the following code:

def my_method(args)
  orange = args[:orange]
  lemon = args[:lemon]
  grapefruit = args[:grapefruit]
  # code that uses 
  # orange, lemon & grapefruit in this format which is way prettier & concise than 
  # args[:orange] args[:lemon] args[:grapefruit]
  puts "my_method variables: #{orange}, #{lemon}, #{grapefruit}" 
end
my_method :orange => "Orange", :grapefruit => "Grapefruit"

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