Thanks. It's not obvious to all, so I added one of your examples to the doc.


On 6/22/07, Ken Snyder <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>
>
> Hi Team,
>
> I just wanted to make a small documentation request for
> Enumerable.invoke.  I discovered it useful that invoke returns the
> processed array of items.  The docs specify that invoke returns an
> array, but it isn't clear that you can chain two invoke commands to call
> two methods in succession.  See examples below.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Ken Snyder
>
>
> $$('div.thumbnail')
>   .invoke('observe','mouseover',thumbMouseOver)
>   .invoke('observe','mouseout',thumbMouseOut);
>
> $$('#windows div.close')
>   .invoke('addClassName','active')
>   .invoke('show');
>
> >
>

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