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Removed all tags for 1.9 because it has stabilized significantly.

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1 parent 9fc440b commit 10cfd5f47a209567d5b47bf00161290d641b676d Brian Ford committed Feb 11, 2010
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-fails:The -W command line option with 0 sets $VERBOSE to nil
-fails:The -W command line option with 2 sets $VERBOSE to true
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-fails:The -v command line option sets $VERBOSE to true
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-fails:The -w command line option sets $VERBOSE to true
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-fails:ARGF.bytes returns self when passed a block
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-fails:ARGF.chars returns self when passed a block
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-fails:ARGF.each_byte returns self when passed a block
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-fails:ARGF.each_char returns self when passed a block
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-fails:Array#frozen? returns true if array is temporarily frozen while being sort!ed
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-fails:Array#pack with format 'f' accepts a string representation of real number as the pack argument
-fails:Array#pack with format 'd' accepts a string representation of real number as the pack argument
-fails:Array#pack with format 'e' accepts a string representation of real number as the pack argument
-fails:Array#pack with format 'E' accepts a string representation of real number as the pack argument
-fails:Array#pack with format 'g' accepts a string representation of real number as the pack argument
-fails:Array#pack with format 'G' accepts a string representation of real number as the pack argument
-fails:Array#pack with format 'p' returns a pointer which is able to dereferenced into NUL terminated byte sequence
-fails:Array#pack with format 'p' returns a pointer which is able to dereferenced into a right value
-fails:Array#pack with format 'P' returns a pointer which is able to dereferenced into NUL terminated byte sequence
-fails:Array#pack with format 'P' returns a pointer which is able to dereferenced into a right value
-fails:Array#pack with the empty format returns an ASCII-8BIT
-fails:Array#pack with format 'A' keeps encoding of source strings
-fails:Array#pack with format 'a' keeps encoding of source strings
-fails:Array#pack with format 'Z' keeps encoding of source strings
-fails:Array#pack with format 'X' doesn't change encoding of the result string
-fails:Array#pack with format 'X' doesn't care even if breaks a character
-fails:Array#pack with '@' doesn't change encoding of the result string
-fails:Array#pack with '@' doesn't care even if breaks a character
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-fails:Array#push raises a TypeError on a frozen array if modification takes place
-fails:Array#push does not raise on a frozen array if no modification is made
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-fails:Array#reject! raises a TypeError on a frozen array
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-fails:Array#reverse! raises a TypeError on a frozen array
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-fails:Array#shift raises a TypeError on a frozen array
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-fails:Array#slice! raises a TypeError on a frozen array
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-fails:Array#to_s is equivalent to #join without a separator string
-fails:Array#to_s properly handles recursive arrays
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-fails:Array#uniq! raises a TypeError on a frozen array if modification would take place
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-fails:Array#unshift raises a TypeError on a frozen array
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-fails:Bignum#divmod raises a FloatDomainError when the given argument is 0 and a Float
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-fails:Bignum#% does not raise a FloatDomainError when the given argument is 0 and a Float
-fails:Bignum#modulo does not raise a FloatDomainError when the given argument is 0 and a Float
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-fails:Bignum#quo does not raise a ZeroDivisionError when the given Integer is 0
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-fails:Bignum#remainder does NOT raise ZeroDivisionError if other is zero and is a Float
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-fails:Class.inherited is called when marked as a private class method
-fails:Class.inherited is called when marked as a protected class method
-fails:Class.inherited is called when marked as a public class method
-fails:Class.inherited is called by super from a method provided by an included module
-fails:Class.inherited is called by super even when marked as a private class method
-fails:Class.inherited will be invoked by child class regardless of visibility
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-fails:Comparable#== returns nil if calling #<=> on self returns nil or a non-Integer
-fails:Comparable#== returns nil if calling #<=> on self raises a StandardError
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-fails:Complex#/ with Float returns (Infinity+Infinity*i) when given zero
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-fails:Complex#% with Complex returns the remainder from complex division
-fails:Complex#% with Integer returns the remainder from dividing both parts of self by the given Integer
-fails:Complex#% with Object tries to coerce self into other
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-fails:Dir.chroot as regular user raises an Errno::ENOENT exception if the directory doesn't exist
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-fails:Dir.exist? expands paths
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-fails:Dir.exists? expands paths
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-fails:Encoding.locale_charmap returns a value based on the LANG environment variable
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-fails:Enumerable#inject only takes one argument
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-fails:Enumerable#join handles recursive arrays
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-fails:Enumerable#zip converts arguments to arrays using #to_a
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-fails(#595):Fiber#resume executes the ensure clause
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-fails:File.join handles recursive arrays
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-fails:File.open raises an IO exception when read in a block opened with File::RDONLY|File::APPEND mode
-fails:File.open raises an Errorno::EEXIST if the file exists when open with File::RDONLY|File::APPEND
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-fails:Fixnum#div raises a FloatDomainError when the given argument is 0 and a Float
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-fails:Fixnum#divmod raises a FloatDomainError when the given argument is 0 and a Float
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-fails:Fixnum#** returns Infinity for 0**-1
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-fails:Fixnum#id2name returns the string name of the object whose symbol ID is self
-fails:Fixnum#id2name returns nil if there is no symbol in the symbol table with this value
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-fails:Fixnum.induced_from with [Float] returns a Fixnum when the passed Float is in Fixnum's range
-fails:Fixnum.induced_from with [Float] raises a RangeError when the passed Float is out of Fixnum's range
-fails:Fixnum.induced_from returns the passed argument when passed a Fixnum
-fails:Fixnum.induced_from tries to convert non-Integers to a Integers using #to_int
-fails:Fixnum.induced_from raises a TypeError when conversion to Integer returns a Bignum
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-fails:Fixnum#% does not raise a FloatDomainError when the given argument is 0 and a Float
-fails:Fixnum#modulo does not raise a FloatDomainError when the given argument is 0 and a Float
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-fails:Fixnum#quo does not raise a ZeroDivisionError when the given Integer is 0
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-fails:Fixnum#to_sym returns the symbol whose integer value is self
-fails:Fixnum#to_sym returns nil if there is no symbol in the symbol table with this value
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-fails:Float#<=> returns 1 when self is negative and other is Infinty
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-fails:Float#divmod raises FloatDomainError if other is zero
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-fails:Float#% does NOT raise ZeroDivisionError if other is zero
-fails:Float#modulo does NOT raise ZeroDivisionError if other is zero
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-fails:Integer.induced_from with [Float] returns a Fixnum when the passed Float is in Fixnum's range
-fails:Integer.induced_from with [Float] returns a Bignum when the passed Float is out of Fixnum's range
-fails:Integer.induced_from returns the passed argument when passed a Bignum or Fixnum
-fails:Integer.induced_from does not try to convert non-Integers to Integers using #to_int
-fails:Integer.induced_from does not try to convert non-Integers to Integers using #to_i
-fails:Integer.induced_from raises a TypeError when passed a non-Integer
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-fails:IO#binmode does not raise any errors on closed stream
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-fails:IO#each_line yields each line to the passed block
-fails:IO#each_line yields each line starting from the current position
-fails:IO#each_line uses $/ as the default line separator
-fails:IO#each_line when passed a separator uses the passed argument as the line separator
-fails:IO#each_line when passed a separator tries to convert the passed separator to a String using #to_str
-fails:IO#each_line returns an Enumerator when passed no block
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-fails:IO#each yields each line to the passed block
-fails:IO#each yields each line starting from the current position
-fails:IO#each uses $/ as the default line separator
-fails:IO#each when passed a separator uses the passed argument as the line separator
-fails:IO#each when passed a separator tries to convert the passed separator to a String using #to_str
-fails:IO#each returns an Enumerator when passed no block
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-fails:IO::foreach yields a sequence of Strings that were separated by $/
-fails:IO::foreach yields a sequence of Strings that were separated by r
-fails:IO::foreach yields a single string with entire content when the separator is nil
-fails:IO::foreach yields a sequence of paragraphs when the separator is an empty string
-fails:IO::foreach can handle non-ASCII data as separator
-fails:IO::foreach converts first parameter to string and uses as file name
-fails:IO::foreach converts second parameter to string and uses as separator
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-fails:IO#getc returns the next byte from the stream
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-fails:IO#gets returns the next line of string that were separated by $/
-fails:IO#gets assigns the returned line to $_
-fails:IO#gets returns the entire content if the separator is nil
-fails:IO#gets returns the next paragraph if the separator's length is 0
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-fails:IO#putc writes Numerics that fit in a C char
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-fails:IO#puts writes nil with a newline when given nil as an arg
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-fails:IO#readchar returns the next byte from the stream
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-fails:IO#readline returns the next line on the stream
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-fails:IO#readlines when passed no arguments returns an Array containing lines based on $/
-fails:IO#readlines when passed [separator] returns an Array containing lines based on the passed separator
-fails:IO#readlines when passed [separator] returns the remaining content as one line starting at the current position when passed nil
-fails:IO#readlines when passed [separator] tries to convert the passed separator to a String using #to_str
-fails:IO.readlines when passed [file_name] returns an Array containing lines of file_name based on $/
-fails:IO.readlines when passed [file_name] tries to convert the passed file_name to a String using #to_str
-fails:IO#readlines when passed [file_name, separator] returns an Array containing lines of file_name based on the passed separator
-fails:IO#readlines when passed [file_name, separator] tries to convert the passed separator to a String using #to_str
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-bug(1755):IO#reopen reassociates self with the I/O stream specified as an argument, after some reads
-bug(1755):IO#reopen reassociates self with a new stream after some reads
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-fails:IO#rewind positions the instance to the beginning of input
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-fails:IO#seek moves the read position relative to the start with SEEK_SET
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-fails:IO#sysread on a file throws IOError when called immediately after a buffered IO#read
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-fails:IO#sysseek on a file moves the read position relative to the start with SEEK_SET
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-fails:IO#ungetc raises IOError when invoked on stream that was not yet read
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-fails:Kernel.String converts the given argument to a String by calling #to_s
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-critical:Kernel#autoload does not call Kernel.require or Kernel.load to load the file
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-fails:Kernel.catch raises ArgumentError if the number of arguments is not one
-fails:Kernel.catch raises TypeError if the argument is not a symbol
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-fails:Kernel#chomp is a private method
-fails:Kernel#chomp! is a private method
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-fails:Kernel#chop is a private method
-fails:Kernel#chop! is a private method
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-fails:Kernel#eval accepts a Proc object as a binding
-fails:Kernel#eval allows Proc and binding to be nested in horrible ways
-fails:Kernel#eval uses the filename of the binding if none is provided
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-fails:Kernel#extend raises a TypeError if self is frozen
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-bug:Kernel#freeze has no effect on immediate values
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-fails:Kernel#getc is a private method
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-fails:Kernel#gsub is a private method
-fails:Kernel#gsub raises a TypeError if $_ is not a String
-fails:Kernel#gsub when matches sets $_ to a new string, leaving the former value unaltered
-fails:Kernel#gsub returns a string with the same contents as $_ after the operation
-fails:Kernel#gsub accepts Regexps as patterns
-fails:Kernel#gsub accepts Strings as patterns, treated literally
-fails:Kernel#gsub accepts objects which respond to #to_str as patterns and treats them as strings
-fails:Kernel#gsub with a pattern and replacement accepts strings for replacement
-fails:Kernel#gsub with a pattern and replacement accepts objects which respond to #to_str for replacement
-fails:Kernel#gsub with a pattern and replacement replaces \1 sequences with the regexp's corresponding capture
-fails:Kernel#gsub with pattern and block acts similarly to using $_.gsub
-fails:Kernel#gsub! is a private method
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-fails:Kernel#instance_eval passes the object to the block
-fails:Kernel#instance_eval shares a scope across sibling evals
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-fails:Kernel#instance_variable_get when passed Fixnum tries to convert the passed Integer to a Symbol and returns the instance variable that is referred by the Symbol
-fails:Kernel#instance_variable_get when passed Fixnum outputs a warning
-fails:Kernel#instance_variable_get when passed Fixnum raises an ArgumentError when the passed Fixnum can't be converted to a Symbol
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-fails:Kernel#instance_variable_set raises an ArgumentError if the instance variable name is a Fixnum
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-fails:Kernel.loop raises a LocalJumpError if no block given
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-fails:Kernel#method_missing is a private method
-fails:Kernel#method_missing is called when an undefined method is called
-fails:Kernel#method_missing is called when a private method is called
-fails:Kernel#method_missing is called when a protected method is called
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-fails:Kernel#methods picks up methods added via self.meth
-fails:Kernel#methods picks up methods added inside 'class << self'
-fails:Kernel#methods picks up private methods added via self.meth
-fails:Kernel#methods picks up methods added inside 'class << self' after private
-fails:Kernel#methods returns a list of the names of publicly accessible methods in the object
-fails:Kernel#methods returns a list of the names of publicly accessible methods in the object and its ancestors and mixed-in modules
-fails:Kernel#methods does not include any .undef'd methods
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-fails:Kernel.proc raises an ArgumentError when given too many arguments
-fails:Kernel.proc raises an ArgumentError when given too few arguments
-fails:Kernel.proc returns from block into caller block
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-bug:Kernel#puts writes nil with a newline when given nil as an arg
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-fails:Kernel#scan is a private method
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-fails:Kernel#singleton_method_added is a private method
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-fails:Kernel#singleton_method_removed is a private method
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-fails:Kernel#singleton_method_undefined is a private method
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-fails:Kernel#split is a private method
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-fails:Kernel#sprintf treats nil arguments as zeroes in %d slots
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-fails:Kernel#sub is a private method
-fails:Kernel#sub! is a private method
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-fails:Kernel#system returns false when it can't
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-fails:Kernel.throw raises NameError if there is no catch block for the symbol
-fails:Kernel.throw raises TypeError if the first argument is not a symbol
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-fails:Kernel#to_a is defined on Kernel
-fails:Kernel#to_a when the receiver is not an Array returns an Array containing self
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-fails:Math.acos raises an ArgumentError if the argument cannot be coerced with Float()
-fails:Math.acos raises an ArgumentError if the string argument cannot be coerced with Float()
-fails:Math.acos coerces string argument with Float() without calling to_f
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-fails:Math.atanh returns Infinity for 1.0
-fails:Math.atanh returns -Infinity for -1.0
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-fails:Numeric#div calls self#/ with other, converts the result to a Float (using #to_f) and returns the #floor'ed result
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-fails:Numeric#divmod returns [quotient, modulus], with quotient being obtained as in Numeric#div and modulus being obtained by calling self#% with other
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-fails:Numeric#modulo returns the result of calling self#% with other
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-fails:Precision.included raises a TypeError when a class mixed with Precision does not specify induced_from
-fails:Precision.included doesn't raise a TypeError when a class mixed with Precision specifies induced_from
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-fails:Precision#prec_f converts a Integer to Float when called on an Integer
-fails:Precision#prec_f returns the same Float when called on a Float
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-fails:Precision#prec_i returns the same Integer when called on an Integer
-fails:Precision#prec_i converts Float to an Integer when called on an Integer
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-fails:Float#prec returns the same Float when given the class Float
-fails:Float#prec converts the Float to an Integer when given the class Integer
-fails:Integer#prec returns the same Integer when given the class Integer
-fails:Integer#prec converts the Integer to Float when given the class Float
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-fails:Proc#arity returns -1 if no argument declaration is made, using Proc.new
-fails:Proc#arity returns -1 if no argument declaration is made, using Kernel#lambda
-fails:Proc#arity returns -1 if no argument declaration is made, using Kernel#proc
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-fails:Proc#call sets self's single parameter to an Array of all given values
-fails:Proc#call on a Proc created with Kernel#lambda or Kernel#proc raises an ArgumentError when called with too few arguments
-fails:Proc#call on a Proc created with Kernel#lambda or Kernel#proc raises an ArgumentError when called with too many arguments
-fails:Proc#call on a Proc created with Kernel#lambda or Kernel#proc treats a single Array argument as a single argument
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-fails:Proc#[] sets self's single parameter to an Array of all given values
-fails:Proc#call on a Proc created with Kernel#lambda or Kernel#proc raises an ArgumentError when called with too few arguments
-fails:Proc#call on a Proc created with Kernel#lambda or Kernel#proc raises an ArgumentError when called with too many arguments
-fails:Proc#call on a Proc created with Kernel#lambda or Kernel#proc treats a single Array argument as a single argument
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-critical:Proc.new with an associated block raises a LocalJumpError when context of the block no longer exists
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-fails:Rational#** when passed Float returns a complex number if self is negative and the passed argument is not 0
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-fails:String#[]= with index raises an IndexError without changing self if idx is outside of self
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-fails:String#gsub with pattern and block raises a RuntimeError if the string is modified while substituting
-fails:String#gsub! with pattern and replacement raises a TypeError when self is frozen
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-fails:String#% pads with zeros using %E with Inf, -Inf, and NaN
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-fails:String#sub with pattern and block restores $~ after leaving the block
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-fails:Symbol#inspect returns self as a symbol literal for :"!"
-fails:Symbol#inspect returns self as a symbol literal for :"!="
-fails:Symbol#inspect returns self as a symbol literal for :"!~"
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-fails:Symbol#to_i returns an integer that is unique for each symbol for each program execution
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-fails:Symbol#to_int returns Symbol#to_i
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