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RubySource: .NET to Ruby: Classes

By Gavin Miller

In the previous post of this series .NET to Ruby: The Ruby Environment , we went through the fundamental tools that made up Ruby. If you recall we talked about running Ruby on the command line, using IRB, we wrote our first Hello World program, and figured out what was going on below the covers. In this post we’ll look to compare a fundamental object oriented feature: Classes. Yup that’s it.

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RubySource: .NET to Ruby: Classes

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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.

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