Notes: Working with ruby 1.8.7 but 1.9 solution presented at bottom. While working on my main contract today I needed to create a new array based off mutated values of an existing array. Simple enough I’ll just use Enumerable::map right? Almost immediatley I realized I needed to make a reference to an array via the loops index. I first checked to see if a map_with_index existed similar to Enumerable::each_with_index. It doesn’t.

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Brian Pearce

Software Engineer, Endurance Cyclist,
Rubiest, and Rustacean

Software Engineer

Barcelona, Spain