hi, i just need to know if i'm on the right trax regarding ruby:

a '::' method class attached to another constant or variable will tell 
that constant/variable to use all methods under it's class where

as '.' tells ruby to use only 1 method.

but before using that method, we have to call for the 'new class' that 
method belongs to...

Can someone please tell me if any of the above is wrong?

thanks

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