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How to strip() all instance var of class instance in Rails App?

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Something like x.instance_variables.each.... { |i} .... }

Thought to be a one liner. I can't figure out how to apply strip() to each variable, since instance_variable_get returns the value. I really want something I can apply .strip! to....

posted Jul 2, 2015 by Kaushik

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