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How to Install Ruby One-Click Installer on Windows - About.com
How to install the Ruby interpreter on the Windows operating system.
http://ruby.about.com/od/tutorials/ht/installrubywin.htm
How to Install Ruby - About.com
The best way to learn Ruby is to dive in head first. Before any Ruby code will be discussed in this tutorial series, time will be spent getting the Ruby interpreter ...
http://ruby.about.com/od/tutorials/a/installruby.htm
The Interactive Ruby Prompt - About.com
One of the great things about Ruby is that it's test-driven. The interactive Ruby prompt provides an interface to the Ruby language for instant experimentation.
http://ruby.about.com/od/tutorials/a/commandline_4.htm
What is Ruby? - About.com
Not only is the official Ruby interpreter free, but there are several other free Ruby interpreters for various platforms. There are no tricks, it's not a trial version, ...
http://ruby.about.com/od/beginningruby/ss/What-Is-Ruby.htm
How to Install Ruby on Linux Operating System - About.com
Ruby is installed on most Linux distributions by default. Follow these steps to determine if Ruby is installed and, if not, install the Ruby interpreter on your Linux  ...
http://ruby.about.com/od/tutorials/ht/installrubylin.htm
Why JRuby? - About.com
When you learned Ruby you probably learned on the official Ruby interpreter known as Matz's Ruby Interpreter (or MRI). It's reasonably fast, especially ...
http://ruby.about.com/od/beginningruby/ss/Why-Jruby.htm
RubyGems - About.com
Ruby Version Manager is a new gem that allows you to easily install and switch between Ruby interpreters. This includes switching between different versions of  ...
http://ruby.about.com/od/gems/
YARV - Yet Another Ruby VM - About.com
Probably the most exciting and visible change in Ruby 1.9 is the addition of a bytecode interpreter for Ruby. The YARV (Yet Another Ruby VM) interpreter was  ...
http://ruby.about.com/od/newinruby191/a/YARV.htm
Using the Command Line - Ruby - About.com
This tells the shell what type of file this is. In this case it's a Ruby file to be executed with the Ruby interpreter. To mark the file as executable, run the command ...
http://ruby.about.com/od/tutorials/ss/commandline_5.htm
Comments for Ruby Code - Usage, Single and Multi-Line - About.com
Comments in your Ruby code are notes and annotations meant to be read by other programmers. The comments themselves are ignored by the Ruby interpreter ...
http://ruby.about.com/od/rubyfeatures/a/comment.htm
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