Hash key to var name of value hash key value

i’d like to now if their is a simpler way to do that :

[email protected][‘IN_NEWS’]

because here i do have to know their is a key of name “IN_NEWS”

want i want is to affet the value of all the @h[‘key_name’] to the
variable key_name ???

(as far as i remember well it’s possible in php then i think this is
also possible in ruby ))))

Une bévue wrote:

also possible in ruby ))))
Thinking out loud…

hash.each_key{|k|
eval("#{k}=hash[#{k}]")
}

There may be a better way, though…

On 8/10/06, Alex Y. [email protected] wrote:

hash.each_key{|k|
eval("#{k}=hash[#{k}]")
}

hash.each_pair {|k,v|
Object.const_set(k, v)
}

martin

Martin DeMello [email protected] wrote:

hash.each_pair {|k,v|
Object.const_set(k, v)
}

fine thanxs to both of them !!!

On Thu, 10 Aug 2006, [ISO-8859-1] Une bévue wrote:

(as far as i remember well it’s possible in php then i think this is
also possible in ruby ))))

define_method(‘key_name’){ @h[‘key_name’ }

-a

[email protected] wrote:

define_method(‘key_name’){ @h[‘key_name’ }

ok fine, may it’s the best ?

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