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May 19, 2016
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Answer 1 In Ruby, nil in an object (a single instance of the class NilClass) so methods can be called on it. nil? is a standard method in Ruby that can be called on all objects and returns true for the nil object and false for anything else. emp...
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Difference between .nil?, .blank? and .empty in Ruby?
The map method takes an enumerable object and a block, and runs the block for each element, outputting each returned value from the block (the original object is unchanged unless you use map!): [1, 2, 3].map { |n| n * n } #=> [1, 4, 9] Array ...
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What does the "map" method do in Ruby? How is it dif...
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Apr 04, 2016
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Download Ruby and install Check ruby installation: ruby -e "puts 1+1" -> 2 irb - for interactive ruby commands Download devkit for corresponding ruby version and extract to c:\devkit Browse to c:\devkit and run this: ruby dk.rb init type...
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Installing Ruby on Windows