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Dynamic method calls

 
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I have a small program that dynamically calls methods such as column_name= from a hash. Pretty straight forward, except for the = part. I could store the = in the hash, but is ugly and might not always be in the method name.

This is what I have done, but it feels wrong:



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That's pretty much it. I think I'd put that in Table's initializer though.
 
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