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Making Use of Ruby

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Ruby is an interpreted language, capable of saving programmers considerable time during program development since no compilation and linking are necessary. It is ideal for writing text-processing applications, server-side scripts, application prototypes, mathematics, and for many everyday programming tasks.
* Reviews Ruby's clever syntax and demonstrates why that makes it
Paperback, 240 pages
Published July 4th 2002 by Wiley
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Jason ("jcreed")
Jan 30, 2008 Jason ("jcreed") rated it did not like it
I regret the mere hour I wasted skimming this book, and even the paper and ink the library wasted by printing the due-date receipt upon checkout.

I only wanted to (a) have something to read to pass the time during dinner and (b) know a little bit about the concrete syntax of Ruby so I could play with Sketchup's scripting facilities. Instead I got a mess of bewildering and/or trite examples, outright errors, and tragically typical OO bullshit.
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