How to write a array into a string

Hello all
I have a array, this is a information queue,I want to send it as the
content of email line by line.

my script is as the following:

str=msg_queue.each_with_index do |msg, index| puts "#{index} :
#{msg}!"end

sendemail(from,to,titel,str)

but, in the email, i got the content is a array format,

["[2012-09-15,Sat,11:53:41] No this month log file, created
itddfafafad", “[2012-09-15,Sat,11:53:41] No this month leeog fil”,
“[2012-09-15,Sat,11:53:41] No this month leeeog fil”,
"[2012-09-15,Sat,11:53:41]

what i wanted is as the following:

0 : [2012-09-15,Sat,11:53:41] No this month log file, created
itddfafafad!
1 : [2012-09-15,Sat,11:53:41] No this month leeog fil!
2 : [2012-09-15,Sat,11:53:41] No this month leeeog fil!
3 : [2012-09-15,Sat,11:53:41] No this month
lodd666666666666666666ddddgeee fil!

any help would be very appreciated.

Regards
Edward.

arr = [‘a’, ‘b’, ‘c’]
str = arr.each_with_index do |num, i|
puts “#{i} => #{num}”
end

–output:–
0 => a
1 => b
2 => c
[“a”, “b”, “c”]

You see, each_with_index() is a method call, and it has a return value,
and the return value is the array you started with. puts() is also a
method and it sends text to your screen. Displaying text on your screen
does not save the text anywhere.

arr = [‘a’, ‘b’, ‘c’]
result_str = “”

arr.each_with_index do |num, i|
result_str << “#{i} => #{num}\n”
end

puts result_str #or add result_str to an email

–output:–
0 => a
1 => b
2 => c

Hi 7stud
cool, it works, thanks for your help!
cheer
Edward.

7stud – wrote in post #1076100:

arr = [‘a’, ‘b’, ‘c’]
str = arr.each_with_index do |num, i|
puts “#{i} => #{num}”
end

Whoops. Chopped off a line there:

p str

–output:–
0 => a
1 => b
2 => c
[“a”, “b”, “c”]

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