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The Python Cookbook

raistlinthegreat Re:Try Ruby! (242 comments)

yes Ruby has some of this variables, but they
are not used very often in Ruby.

believe me, Ruby code looks much more readable than
Perl code (unless you really want to mess up the code but this you can do in any language).

since I have started using Ruby I use it always when I would have used perl before.

you really should give it a try

more than 11 years ago

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