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Using Ruby hashes as keyword arguments

Similar to many Rails helpers/methods, a lot of the methods.

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  • Last Updated: Aug 25, 2010
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Using Ruby hashes as keyword arguments is a Scripts software developed by lukeredpath. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Using Ruby hashes as keyword arguments:

Brothersoft Editor: Similar to many Rails helpers/methods, a lot of the methods I write often use an optional hash of options, or sometimes just a hash only, to simulate keyword arguments (often using symbols).
However, as you have more and more keyword options, setting defaults in this way gets rather tedious. Fortunately, Ruby's Hash#merge comes to our rescue (almost) - it allows you to merge the contents of one hash with another. The only problem - any duplicate keys in the hash you are merging will overwrite your original hash values - when it comes to setting Default values, we want this to work the other way around; we only want values in the defaults hash to be merged if they do not exist in the original hash. Again, Ruby comes to our rescue - Hash#merge takes a block as an argument and will pass any duplicate values that crop up into the block - we can use this block to decide which value to keep.
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