Advances in Computers, Vol. 26 by Marshall C. Yovits

By Marshall C. Yovits

Seeing that its first quantity in 1960, Advances in desktops has awarded specific assurance of strategies in and software program and in machine concept, layout, and purposes. It has additionally supplied participants with a medium during which they could study their topics in better intensity and breadth than that allowed by means of typical magazine articles. therefore, many articles became general references that remain of vital, lasting price regardless of the speedy progress occurring within the box.

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Go to the “Start” menu and then the “­Programs” or “All Programs” menu. There should be a Ruby program group that contains icons for SciTE, an uninstaller, and other bits and pieces. To test that your Ruby installation works correctly for Chapter 2, you need to load the program listed as “fxri—Interactive Ruby Help & Console,” so click this entry and wait for the program to load. If the program loads successfully, you’ll see a screen that looks somewhat like Figure 1-1. Figure 1-1. The fxri interactive Ruby program If fxri started properly, then Ruby is installed correctly.

Try playing with the other attributes and creating other pets. Try using attributes that don’t exist and see what the error messages are. Ch apt er 2 ■ PR OG RA MMING == J OY: A WH I S T LE - S T O P T O U R O F R U B Y A N D O B JE C T O R I E N TAT I O N Controlling Your Pets So far, you’ve been creating classes and objects with various changeable attributes. Attributes are data related to individual objects. A snake can have a length, a dog can have a name, and a cat can be of a certain color.

23 24 Ch apt er 2 ■ PR OG RA MMING == J OY: A W H I S T LE - S T O P T O U R O F R U B Y A N D O B JE C T O R I E N TAT I O N Among even object-oriented programming languages, Ruby is reasonably unique in that almost everything in the language is an object, even the concepts relating to the language itself. Consider the following line of code: puts 1 + 10 If you typed this into irb and pressed Enter, you’d see the number 11 in response. You’ve asked Ruby to print the result of 1 + 10 to the screen.

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