Monday, July 2, 2012

Ruby by Example: Concepts and Code

Ruby by Example: Concepts and Code


"Ruby by Example: Concepts and Code" by Kevin C. Baird
326 pages | English | 2007 | ISBN: 1593271484 | PDF | 5,4 MB

There may have existence no better way to learn how to program than by dissecting absolute, representative examples written in your tongue of choice. Ruby by Example analyzes a sequence of Ruby scripts, examining how the collection of laws works, explaining the concepts it illustrates, and showing to what degree to modify it to suit your indispensably. Baird's examples demonstrate key features of the language (such as inheritance, encapsulation, higher-society functions, and recursion), while simultaneously solving beset with ~y problems (such as validating XML, creating a bilingual program, and creating exact-line interfaces). Each chapter builds upon the previous, and each key concept is highlighted in the margin to get it easier for you to plough the deep the book.

No comments:

Post a Comment