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Using Strings and Substrings in Ruby - About.com
Strings are ordered sequences of characters. More simply, strings are variables that can store text. Any communication with users will almost certainly be done ...
http://ruby.about.com/od/rubyfeatures/ss/strings.htm
String Literals - Ruby - About.com
Strings are most often created with a String literal. A literal is a special syntax in the Ruby language that creates an object of a specific type. For example, 23 is a  ...
http://ruby.about.com/od/strings/a/String-Literals.htm
Split and Join - Using Strings in Ruby - About.com
Strings may be user-supplied, so there's no guarantee they'll follow a specific ... The logo, selected as winner of the Ruby Logo Contest - Tom Schaub/Wikimedia.
http://ruby.about.com/od/rubyfeatures/ss/strings_4.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.
http://ruby.about.com/od/strings/a/Splitting-Strings.htm
Partitioning Strings - Ruby - About.com
When processing strings in Ruby, you probably reach for the 'split' method most often. However, there are other options.
http://ruby.about.com/od/strings/ss/Partitioning-Strings.htm
What's new in Ruby 2.1.0: Strings - About.com
Strings. You cannot avoid them. Every program uses strings of some kind. There are a few changes and tweaks you can use to your advantage in Ruby 2.1.0.
http://ruby.about.com/od/Whats-New-in-Ruby-210/fl/Whats-new-in-Ruby-210-Strings.htm
String Substitution in Ruby - About.com
Splitting a string is only one way to manipulate string data. ... Remember, methods in Ruby that end in an exclamation point alter the variable in place, instead of ...
http://ruby.about.com/od/advancedruby/a/gsub.htm
CSV Example: Format Strings and Printing the ... - Ruby - About.com
This part might need some explanation, as format strings aren't often used in Ruby. Format strings are going to be more familiar to C or perhaps Python ...
http://ruby.about.com/od/examples/a/Csv-Example-Format-Strings-And-Printing-The-Ascii-Table.htm
Iterating Over Strings - Ruby - About.com
It's not a very common thing in Ruby. You have more sophisticated string tools ( such as split or scan), but there are times when you'd want to iterate over the ...
http://ruby.about.com/od/strings/ss/Siterating-Over-String.htm
Using the 'Split' Method in Ruby - About.com
As you may already know, strings in Ruby are what are known as first class objects which use a number of methods for queries and manipulation. (If you don' t ...
http://ruby.about.com/od/advancedruby/a/split.htm
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