Friday, 4 December 2015

I think it is strange if I want to use a Ruby framework without understanding the Ruby language. I am able to read the standard logic and syntax like def, if, else, for, while but not those like:

some_array = (1..3) # I am comfortable with this from last time
some_array.each {|some_array_element| puts |some_array_element|}
There are actually 3 (or more) ways to write a program with the same output as the line above. I would really prefer the ordinary for loop.

And stuff like SomeModule::SomeClass is new to me.

Now I am really not sure if I am up to the job of using the Ruby on Rails framework...

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