Programming Ruby 1.9 : the pragmatic programmers' guide / Dave Thomas with Chad Fowler and Andy Hunt.
Contributor(s): Fowler, Chad | Hunt, Andrew 1964-Material type: TextSeries: The Facets of Ruby series ; The Pragmatic programmersPublisher: Raleigh, N.C. Pragmatic Bookshelf c2009Description: xxviii, 930 p. ill. 24 cmISBN: 9781934356081 (pbk.); 1934356085 (pbk.)Subject(s): Ruby (computer program language) | Ruby (programming language) | Ruby (programspråk)DDC classification: 005.133 Other classification: 005.133 Ruby | Pubbz
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Previous ed.: 2005
Includes bibliographical references (p. 891) and index
Getting started -- Ruby.new -- Classes, objects, and variables -- Containers, blocks, and iterators -- Sharing functionality: inheritance, modules, and mixins -- Standard types -- Regular expression -- More about methods -- Expressions -- Exceptions, catch, and throw -- Basic input and output -- Fibers, threads, and processes -- Unit testing -- When trouble strikes -- Ruby and its world -- Namespaces, source files, and distribution -- Character encoding -- Interactive Ruby shell -- Documenting Ruby -- Ruby and the web -- Ruby and Microsoft Windows -- The Ruby language -- Duck typing -- Metaprogramming -- Reflection, objectspace, and distributed Ruby -- Locking Ruby in the safe -- Built-in classes and modules -- Standard library -- Extending Ruby
Ruby 1.9 is the latest version of Ruby. It has many compelling features, including multinationalization support, new block scoping, and better performance. At the same time, the current Ruby 1.8 is still being maintained and is widely used