Ruby (programming language)
Ruby is an interpreted, high-level, general-purpose programming language. It was designed and developed in the mid-1990s by Yukihiro "Matz" Matsumoto in Japan.
Ruby is dynamically typed and uses garbage collection. It supports multiple programming paradigms, including procedural, object-oriented, and functional programming.
Data types in Ruby
When we're creating a variable in Ruby, we're also assigning a data type to it. For example, when we write something like this: car = "Tesla" We're actually telling our program to create a varia
How to declare variables in Ruby
Variables are values you can declare to use later. For example, let's say we want to save someone's name in our program. We can do it by declaring a new variable: name = "Nikola Tesla" In the exa
Strings in Ruby
Strings are text representations. You can use them to name things. For example: app_name = "Zoonk" scientist = "Albert Einstein" You can also join two different strings by using the sign: firs
Booleans and Nil in Ruby
In programming, a is like a toggle value which can be either or . For example, let's say you want to check a menu status (whether it's open or closed). You could create a boolean variable for that:
How to create classes in Ruby?
Classes are commonly used in Object-Oriented Programming (OOP). They help you define a basic model for creating objects. For example, let's create a class to handle data about movies: class Movie
How to run a script from a Ruby file
When you're developing software using Ruby, you'll probably need to write a Ruby file to run your scripts rather than using the . First, let's create a file (remember: Ruby files end with the exte