So far in these posts on switching from .NET to Ruby we’ve looked at Classes, Namespacing, Documentation, Methods, Variables, and the Ruby Environment. We’ve covered a lot of ground. Today, we’re going to look at the data types that form the base of the Ruby language. Even though we don’t have to explicitly declare variable data types in Ruby, they still exist
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.NET to Ruby: Types
Gavin Miller is a Calgary based application developer. He works with Ruby, and iOS, and is a co-owner of RANDOMTYPE Inc. Gavin enjoys a good cup of coffee, rock climbing, and driving his bright orange vintage 74 Honda motorcycle.