15/20 There Can Be Only One! - How is this a timesaver?


The description gives the example:
class Monkey

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
class Monkey

is one less keystroke than typing:
class Monkey; end

Am I missing the point or is this just a bad example?


It saves space and makes it easier to see the end, well, at least it does for me.