The description gives the example:
and states the following:
class Monkey; end.
"This is a time saver when you're writing something very short, like an empty class or method definition."
It's unclear to me why this would save me any time. I get that part of this lesson is about "there are many ways to do something in Ruby", but why does this save time? Typing
is one less keystroke than typing:
class Monkey; end
Am I missing the point or is this just a bad example?