On Apr 25, 11:54 am, "Tim Pease" <tim.pe... / gmail.com> wrote:
> On 4/25/07, Andrei Ursan <steelheart... / gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
> > Strings value are read from the keyboard, and i need a getch and clrscr
> > method.
> > And how can I export the ruby code into *.exe ?
>
> > Can somebody translate this into ruby ? I need it fast...
>
> Have you gotten a suitable answer yet?
>
> There are several options for you here.
> 1) Transliterate into Ruby (as you imply)
> 2) Leave your code as-is and wrapper it using Ruby's C api
> 3) Leave your code as-is and use the Ruby DL module to load your
> library and invoke the methods
> 4) Use the RubyInline module to simply "inline" your C/C++ code into a
> Ruby program
>
> By far the quickest solution is going to be the RubyInline route.
> You'll need a compiler installed on your machine to handle the C++
> code compilation step RubyInline performs. You can install RubyInline
> via the gem command:
>
> gem install -r rubyinline
>
> Shoot a nice note of thanks off to Eric Hodel and Ryan Davis. They've
> done a great job with that little gem.
>

> Have fun learning Ruby! I've learned far more about programming by
> using Ruby than I ever learned using C/C++ or Java.
>

You can blame C/C++ or Java or any programming language for your
learning skills.

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