On Sep 9, 12:14 pm, gregarican <greg.kuj... / gmail.com> wrote:
> Wanted to thank everyone who contributed to different ways to
> accomplish this one task. I am using my script to help the jewelry
> company I work for price out and keep sufficient on-hand quanities of
> loose diamonds. Each stone goes into its own category due to carat,
> cut, color, and clarity and I have to parse through all of the
> inventory to glead out what goes where. This Ruby script has
> eliminated hours of data entry and analysis manually punching things
> into an Excel spreadsheet. Now my script goes that work for them
> through the array/hash manipulation and through win32ole. Gotta love
> Ruby and the Ruby community :-)

It's quite disappointing that this is being used for diamonds. How
marvelously meta it would have been if Ruby had been used for
rubies. :)