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Ruby 171 Success Secrets - 171 Most Asked Questions On Ruby - What You Need To Know
Donna Fletcher


Title: Ruby 171 Success Secrets - 171 Most Asked Questions On Ruby - What You Need To Know

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ISBN: 9781488537653

Ruby is a active, reflective, object-­oriented, all-­around software design lingo. It was developed and elaborated in the mid-­1990s by Yukihiro 'Matz' Matsumoto in Japan.­Ruby embodies structure motivated by Perl with Smalltalk-­like attributes and was as well affected by Eiffel and Lisp. It aids numerous software design typical examples, containing working, article oriented, and all-­important. It as well has a active sort configuration and automated retention administration. Therefore, it is alike in changing grades to, Smalltalk, Python, Perl, Lisp, Dylan, and CLU.­There has never been a Ruby Guide like this. It contains 171 answers, much more than you can imagine; comprehensive answers and extensive details and references, with insights that have never before been offered in print. Get the information you need--­fast! This all-­embracing guide offers a thorough view of key knowledge and detailed insight. This Guide introduces what you want to know about Ruby. A quick look inside of some of the subjects covered: Comment (computer programming) Ruby, RubyCocoa - Function Pointers, Data serialization - Ruby, Mruby - Features, Ruby (annotation markup) - History, MacRuby - History, Ruby (annotation markup) - ANSI, QtRuby, Ruby (programming language) - Ruby on Rails, Coroutine - Implementations for Ruby, Ruby (annotation markup) - HTML markup, QtRuby - Notable applications that use QtRuby, Ruby (programming language) - Deviations from behavior elsewhere, Ruby Central, Scaffold (programming) - Scaffolding in Ruby on Rails, JRuby - Design, Ruby (programming language) - Ruby 1.­0, ERuby - Implementations, RubyForge, Jaxer - Ruby on Rails, Ruby (programming language) - Syntax, Ruby (annotation markup) - Examples, Ruby Document format, JRuby - JRuby calling Java, Ruby MRI - Operating systems, Ruby Version Manager, Ruby (annotation markup) - Unicode, RubyKaigi, HotRuby, Ruby (programming language) - Ruby 1.­2, IronRuby - Silverlight support, and much more…

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