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quoth the fabsy:
> Hey!
> I have been trying to find a goto function in ruby..
> Like this:
>
> foo: bar
> If blabla then GOTO foo

Use a function:

def foo
  #whatever foo does

foo() if blabla

or invert the test:

foo() unless !blabla

> Is there any command for exiting the app?

Yeah: 'exit'

> And how do I search ex a textfile for a certain word and delete it?

Probably lots of ways. One would be to read the file to a string and use 
gsub(). See the String and IO docs
http://www.whytheluckystiff.net/ruby/pickaxe/html/builtins.html

> ------
>
> if value == "2"
> 		system('clear')
> 		print "[Opening file..]\n\n"
> 			r_file = File.open( "file", "a") #Wrote this so I wouldn't get an
> error like "File doesn't exist".
> 			r_file = File.open( "file", "r")
> 			print "-----\n"
> 			print r_file.read
> 			print "-----"
> 			print "\n"
> 			system ('ruby note.rb')  #is there anyway to restart or goto the
> beginning of the script?
> 		end
>
> -----
>
> Thanks!

-d
-- 
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"...the number of UNIX installations has grown to 10, with more expected..."
- Dennis Ritchie and Ken Thompson, June 1972

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