> Translate this for me, right now. No, by yesterday. == A time when
> you pay someone to do it. Or ask much nicer. But if you are trying to
> say that you're going to learn Ruby by comparing that C++ code to
> some Ruby code that accomplishes the same thing, you are either
> fooling us OR fooling yourself. Ruby and C++ are different enough
> that a side-by-side comparison isn't going to teach you much of
> anything in this case. It would more likely just confuse you, friend.

I need that 'cause i want to use ruby for some algorithms, i don't want 
to write them in C i want them in ruby. So if i had that example i can 
do the rest myself.

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