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Ruby in Practice

 
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Hi,

Does the book offer some examples too? Because Ruby has a quiet pretty syntax. ;-)
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Klaus
 
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Hopefully, by "quiet pretty syntax" you mean a subtle, beautiful language with a low penalty for use...

Seriously, the sample chapter shows Ruby code, text, graphics, and UML. I think we are in good company.
 
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You can also download the source code for the book...
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Yes, we include a lot of examples with downloadable code!
 
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