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Ruby » Method » Method Arguments 




Block as the third parameter


def zeno(start, stop)
  distance = stop - start
  travelled = start
  while travelled < stop and distance > 0
    yield travelled
    distance = distance / 2.0
    travelled += distance
  end
end

steps = 0
zeno(01) { steps += }
steps                                                  # => 54

 














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