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Structs in Ruby are very handy when you do not fairly
need a full class. Ruby 3.Zero introduced Sample
Matching as a key feature, but if you're like quite
a bit of oldsters it's possible you'll not completely ensure what it is
used for or why you may want it. The next
is a bit more attention-grabbing, and represents one case where exhaustively Pattern Matching would result in far more code than it'd save, and fairly a large number.
I need to experiment more with this to clarify all the nuance here, however
it works nice for Structs in the imply time. Granted our cards are sorted so this is a non-situation, however a enjoyable characteristic to
point out if you happen to need it. That might be AAABB
or AABBB, making it two distinct patterns. We would like to start out
by making sure we've two distinct pairs with r1 and r2 and their related pins.
Who says the pairs cannot be at the entrance and back with
one thing else within the middle ?
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