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Questions about Ruby, dynamic, reflective, general-purpose object-oriented programming language that combines syntax inspired by Perl with Smalltalk-like features.

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water objects as the argument. In languages with a static class hierarchy a bird should be formally certified as a duck to function as one. Ruby implements duck typing, allowing a bird that quacks … that does not implement correct cooking and tasting interfaces could make a subsequent operation of eating fail unexpectedly. Ruby lacks built-in means to check for this beforehand, but has enough …
answered Jan 25 '14 by 9000
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Compared to languages like Perl, Python has a limited number of control constructs: only if and no unless, only for that iterates over sequences and no foreach or C-style for, only while that che …
answered Jul 27 '11 by 9000
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. (I leave alone the question if a numeric integration implemented in Ruby a good idea. Let's assume you use something like Numpy of the Ruby world.) Now you can have proper code revisions, tests …
answered Sep 4 '15 by 9000