Ruby Programming Language
Alte Version von Ruby 1.9.2
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Ruby 1.9.2
Windows 98, 2000, XP, Vista
Lizenz
Freeware
Erscheinungsdatum
24 August, 2010 (10 years ago )

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Ruby 1.9.2 (11.88 MB)

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Systemanforderungen von Ruby 1.9.2
  • Windows XP
  • Windows Vista
  • Windows 7
  • Windows Server 2003
Programm Information von Ruby 1.9.2
Version Name:
Ruby 1.9.2

Datei Größe:
11.88 MB

Erscheinungsdatum:
24 August, 2010 (10 years ago)

MD5 Prüfsumme:
21bf42f7ec4b8a831c947d656509cddb

SHA1 Prüfsumme:
CD0C9F1D46B177424F1D289E57F69E2C5680D389

Version Historie vonRuby 1.9.2
  • Many new methods
  • New socket API (enhanced IPv6 support)
  • New encodings
  • Random class that supports various random number generators
  • Time is reimplemented. There is no longer the year 2038 problem.
  • some…

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Über Ruby Programming Language

Ruby is a reflective, dynamic, object-oriented programming language. It combines syntax inspired by Perl with Smalltalk-like object-oriented features, and also shares some features with Python, Lisp, Dylan and CLU. Ruby is a single-pass interpreted language. Its main implementation is free software.

Ruby Programming Language Features

  • Ruby has simple syntax, partially inspired by Eiffel and Ada.
  • Ruby has exception handling features, like Java or Python, to make it easy to handle errors.
  • Ruby's operators are syntax sugar for the methods. You can redefine them easily.
  • Ruby is a complete, full, pure object oriented language: OOL. This means all data in Ruby is an object, in the sense of Smalltalk: no exceptions. Example: In Ruby, the number 1 is an instance of class Fixnum.

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Everything you manipulate in Ruby is an object, and the results of those manipulations are themselves objects. However, many languages make the same claim, and they often have a different interpretation of what object-oriented means and a different terminology for the concepts they employ.