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ObjectSpace - Ruby - About.com
While most of these methods may seem useful for poking around in Ruby's internals, and are sometimes fun to play with, I can count on one hand the times ...
Must-Read Ruby Links - About.com
Ruby Internals presentation - This is a presentation done by Patrick Farley shows you how Ruby really works. It clears away so much of the fog and just makes ...
Can't Modify Frozen String - Ruby - About.com
Any object in Ruby can be frozen by calling its freeze method. ... This includes any modifications to the internal data in a special type (Strings are special types,  ...
Unit Testing with Minitest: More Assertions - Ruby - About.com
... that produce specific output without having to assert anything about the internals of ... The logo, selected as winner of the Ruby Logo Contest - Tom Schaub/ ...
Creating a New Repository - Ruby - About.com
For instance, change directory to the MyProject directory where the Ruby files, README and data ... Git is very open, it's easy to go poking around in its internals.
Adding Internal Links - Named Anchors - Page Bookmarks
First, you should create the document and decide where you want your internal links to go. You label these using the anchor tag (a) with the name and id ...
iMac Upgrade Guide for Intel iMacs - About.com
Unlike RAM, the iMac's internal hard drive wasn't designed to be user upgradeable. If you want to replace or upgrade an internal hard drive in your iMac, an ...
Upgrade the Hard Drive in a Late 2009 iMac - About.com
Can I upgrade the internal hard drive in my late 2009 edition iMac? Answer: Upgrading the hard drive in an iMac is a DIY project that has always been a difficult, ...
BIOS (What It Is and How To Use It) - PC Support - About.com
... Enable or Disable the Computer Logo; Enable or Disable the Quick Power On Self Test (POST); Enable or Disable the CPU Internal Cache; Enable or Disable ...
What is RAM? (Random Access Memory, Main Memory) - PC Support
RAM is Also Known As. main memory, internal memory, primary storage, memory "stick", RAM "stick". Important RAM Facts. RAM is typically referred to simply as ...
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