Hi,

Ghelani, Vidhi, 11/2/2005 14:01:
> 1) Just like in C++ you have a .h and a .cpp file , In this language how
> would you store your file. In other words if I open emacs and want to
> write a very simple small class in what format would I save this file ?


.rb


> 2) How do you compile your code? What is the syntax?


Ruby is not compiled, it's interpreted. To run a file you can use 'ruby 
foo.rb', when 'foo' is the name of your file.


> 3) Do you need a main and a makefile ? I am sure you would need a main
> to test it . If yes how do you save the main? In what format?


You don't need a main either a makefile.