I’m currently working my way through the Eigenclasses chapter.
On page 144 there’s a line of code:
obj.eigenclass.superclass # => D
On Ruby 1.9.1 I don’t actually get ‘D’ as the result for that line of code. Instead I get # However, I do get 'D' if I do:
I’m missing something here or misunderstanding something. What is # and how does it differ from 'D'?