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authorKazuki Tsujimoto <kazuki@callcc.net>2020-12-20 13:28:40 +0900
committerKazuki Tsujimoto <kazuki@callcc.net>2020-12-20 13:35:20 +0900
commit85ec6cc38767320bc8767298c909f75e61b0d63b (patch)
tree31a59dcd83e479e21ea96bba1ed5111494e3d11f /doc
parentd37be18af5a789003e46015c2a2a916923e7682a (diff)
Fix markups and indentation
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diff --git a/doc/syntax/pattern_matching.rdoc b/doc/syntax/pattern_matching.rdoc
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--- a/doc/syntax/pattern_matching.rdoc
+++ b/doc/syntax/pattern_matching.rdoc
@@ -60,12 +60,12 @@ See below for more examples and explanations of the syntax.
Patterns can be:
-* any Ruby object (matched by <code>===</code> operator, like in +when+); (_Value pattern_)
-* array pattern: <code>[<subpattern>, <subpattern>, <subpattern>, ...]</code>; (_Array pattern_)
-* find pattern: <code>[*variable, <subpattern>, <subpattern>, <subpattern>, ..., *variable]</code>; (_Find pattern_)
-* hash pattern: <code>{key: <subpattern>, key: <subpattern>, ...}</code>; (_Hash pattern_)
-* combination of patterns with <code>|</code>; (_Alternative pattern_)
-* variable capture: <code>variable</code> or <code><pattern> => variable</code>; (_Variable pattern_, _As pattern_)
+* any Ruby object (matched by <code>===</code> operator, like in +when+); (<em>Value pattern</em>)
+* array pattern: <code>[<subpattern>, <subpattern>, <subpattern>, ...]</code>; (<em>Array pattern</em>)
+* find pattern: <code>[*variable, <subpattern>, <subpattern>, <subpattern>, ..., *variable]</code>; (<em>Find pattern</em>)
+* hash pattern: <code>{key: <subpattern>, key: <subpattern>, ...}</code>; (<em>Hash pattern</em>)
+* combination of patterns with <code>|</code>; (<em>Alternative pattern</em>)
+* variable capture: <code>variable</code> or <code><pattern> => variable</code>; (<em>Variable pattern</em>, <em>As pattern</em>)
Any pattern can be nested inside array/find/hash patterns where <code><subpattern></code> is specified.
@@ -443,8 +443,8 @@ Approximate syntax is:
| Constant[pattern, ..., *variable]
find_pattern: [*variable, pattern, ..., *variable]
- | Constant(*variable, pattern, ..., *variable)
- | Constant[*variable, pattern, ..., *variable]
+ | Constant(*variable, pattern, ..., *variable)
+ | Constant[*variable, pattern, ..., *variable]
hash_pattern: {key: pattern, key:, ..., **variable}
| Constant(key: pattern, key:, ..., **variable)