> 
> The 'ri' tool is only helpful in looking up actual methods and
> doesn't really help at all with the underlying language structure
> and semantics.  Other things that look like methods but that you
> won't find explained via 'ri' are:
> 
>   yield
>   next
>   break
>   return
> 
> and so on. Best to use the index of the Pickaxe or Ruby Way or some
> other Ruby reference for these types of things.
> 
> I wonder if it might make sense to have the standard Ruby documentation
> include basic information on keywords and  incorporate that into
> the ri/rdoc documentation set.
> 
> Gary Wright

oh ok thanks i didnt know that either, i am learning alot of stuff today
if i keep at this pace for awhile i should be up and running with ruby
on rails in no time and then i can figure out what to do with it.

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