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Ruby objects

by Web developer/architect/lecturer at Lerner Consulting, Ltd. on Sep 21, 2010

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Ruby is an object-oriented programming language; that much, everyone knows. But Ruby's objects work very differently from many other languages, especially if you're coming from a complied, statically ...

Ruby is an object-oriented programming language; that much, everyone knows. But Ruby's objects work very differently from many other languages, especially if you're coming from a complied, statically typed language. In this lecture, I'll review the surprisingly simple rules that govern Ruby's objects. I discuss methods, classes, instances, and modules, and how these various pieces fit together into an integrated whole -- including such topics as inheritance, instance variables, class variables, mixins, and "include" vs. "extend".

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