Beginner to Ruby

Discussion in 'Ruby' started by Abhilash Nama, Dec 3, 2011.

  1. Hi,

    I am trying to learn to program using Ruby and I have downloaded the
    Ruby 1.93 installer. My first code is here: http://codepad.org/KlBucAPF
    but, this doesn't seem to work when I put it in Interactive Ruby on my
    computer.

    I would appreciate if someone could help me figure out why?

    Thanks!

    Best,
    Abhilash.
     
    Abhilash Nama, Dec 3, 2011
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  2. "Doesn't work" is quite vague. Can you be more precise, e.g. by posting
    the whole error message you experience?
    Vale,
    Marvin
     
    Marvin Gülker, Dec 3, 2011
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  3. It works just fine here, I don't see any see any reason why it shouldn't.

    ,----
    | $ irb raw.rb
    | raw.rb(main):001:0> class Person
    | raw.rb(main):002:1> attr_accessor :name, :gender, :age
    | raw.rb(main):003:1> end
    | => nil
    | raw.rb(main):004:0>
    | raw.rb(main):005:0* person1 = Person.new
    | => #<Person:0x7ff067f626b0>
    | raw.rb(main):006:0> person1.name = "Abhilash Nama"
    | => "Abhilash Nama"
    | raw.rb(main):007:0> person1.gender = "Male"
    | => "Male"
    | raw.rb(main):008:0> person1.age = "30"
    | => "30"
    | raw.rb(main):009:0>
    | raw.rb(main):010:0* puts person1.ageraw.rb(main):010:0* raw.rb(main):010:0> 30
    | => nil
    `----

    Using puts in an irb session seems to mess up the output some. But it says 30 on the end the line.

    Using ruby, not irb, it just says "30".

    mfg, simon .... l
     
    Simon Krahnke, Dec 5, 2011
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