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Hi all,

array=[“api”,“api2”]
array.join(’,’)
i get ''api,api2"
wat i want is ‘api’,‘api2’

how can i get it

a little hackish but

“’#{array.join(’’,’’)}’”

or

array.join(’,’).inspect.gsub(/[]/, ‘’)

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On 17 February 2011 04:55, loganathan sellappa [email protected]
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array=[“api”,“api2”]
wat i want is ‘api’,‘api2’
how can i get it

array.map{|e| “’#{e}’”}.join(’,’)

Can’t try it out because I can’t reach my development machine and I did
not
need such behavior but intuitively I would try

“’” + array.join("’,’") + “’”

it is " followed by ’ for opening and vice versa for closing. The ’ in
the
resulting string at the beginning and the end had to be added manually
by
adding “’”.

HTH
Norbert

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Thanks lot,its works well

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