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Using the Input / Output Methods in Ruby - About.com
Without the ability to print things to the terminal and read input from the keyboard, a command-line interface is crippled. The primary methods in Ruby to ...
http://ruby.about.com/od/rubyfeatures/a/io.htm
Event-Oriented Input - Ruby - About.com
Input events are delivered to the Gosu::Window instance. In the main loop, before update is called, Gosu will deliver events for all buttons that have either been ...
http://ruby.about.com/od/gosugme/ss/Mouse-And-Keyboard-Input-In-Gosu_3.htm
Mouse Input - Ruby - About.com
Note that it uses both event-driven input (for the clicks), and query-driven input (to get the position ... Read more articles about Rapid Game Prototyping in Ruby.
http://ruby.about.com/od/gosugme/ss/Mouse-And-Keyboard-Input-In-Gosu_5.htm
Mouse and Keyboard Input in Gosu - Ruby - About.com
There are two primary ways to handle input in your program. The first is an event- oriented ... Read more articles about Rapid Game Prototyping in Ruby. 1 of 5. 1.
http://ruby.about.com/od/gosugme/ss/Mouse-And-Keyboard-Input-In-Gosu.htm
Querying Input - Ruby - About.com
If event-based input is not your style, you can query any Gosu::Window to see if any button or key ... Read more articles about Rapid Game Prototyping in Ruby.
http://ruby.about.com/od/gosugme/ss/Mouse-And-Keyboard-Input-In-Gosu_4.htm
Command-line Arguments in Ruby - About.com
Many Ruby scripts have no text or graphical interfaces. They simply run, do their job and then exit. To communicate with these scripts in order to change their ...
http://ruby.about.com/od/rubyfeatures/a/argv.htm
Interacting with External Programs - Ruby - About.com
It'll then enter an infinite loop and any input you pass to it, it will pass to bc, then read one line back from bc. #!/usr/bin/env ruby bc = IO.popen('bc -q', 'w+')
http://ruby.about.com/od/beginningruby/a/Interacting-With-External-Programs.htm
Splitting Strings in Ruby - the String#split Method - About.com
Unless user input is a single word or number, that input will need to be split, or turned into a list of strings or numbers. For instance, if a program asks for your full  ...
http://ruby.about.com/od/strings/a/Splitting-Strings.htm
Making Forms and Views - Ruby - About.com
%h3 Whois %form(action='/whois' method='POST') %input(type='text' name='host' value=@host) %input(type='submit') - if defined?(@results) %pre= @results
http://ruby.about.com/od/sinatra/a/sinatra6_4.htm
The Case Statement in Ruby - About.com
If we were to input Bob, Ruby would first evaluate "Alice" === "Bob", which would be false since String#=== is defined as the comparison of the strings. Next ...
http://ruby.about.com/od/control/a/The-Case-Statement.htm
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