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Ruby Recipes A Problem-Solution Approach von Mandal, Malay (eBook)

  • Erscheinungsdatum: 06.01.2017
  • Verlag: Apress
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Ruby Recipes

Solve your Ruby programming problems that occur during your day-to-day scripting work. This book contains a varied selection of practical and interesting code recipes designed to make your coding life easier. Ruby Recipes includes solutions to problems in working with data, handling exceptions, writing blocks, and using regular expressions. This book provides ready scripts for both simple complex scripting tasks, which you can use readily or with only minor modifications. These scripts cover areas such as collections, classes and structures, functional programming, and log handling. With these handy recipes at your fingertips, you will be able to solve those niggling problems and become even more efficient. What You Will Learn
Install and run Ruby Read and write data
Write functions Work with arrays, ranges, hashes, and iterators Handle dates and time Process XML as text Master OOP concepts such as classes, objects, subclassing, and inheritance Connect to databases Who This Book Is For
Programmers new to Ruby, and web developers interested in knowing the foundations of the language.
A Master of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) from IISc, Bangalore ('94), Malay is working in IT for the last 22 or so years. He worked across multiple geographical locations (India, Japan, Singapore, UK ..), across multiple technology stack and for quite a few well known organisations (Telstra, JP Morgan, Citigroup etc.). He quite often actively learns new things, and his creation (other than books) include Apps in Google Play, and some small wooden pieces of furniture at home.


    Format: PDF
    Kopierschutz: AdobeDRM
    Seitenzahl: 226
    Erscheinungsdatum: 06.01.2017
    Sprache: Englisch
    ISBN: 9781484224694
    Verlag: Apress
    Größe: 1685 kBytes
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