On Sun, 21 Oct 2007 13:26:56 +0900, 7stud -- wrote:

>> ratchet.attach() is a static method?
>> 
>> 
> He doesn't say, and I don't think that is the point of the example.  The
> example shows you how to call a method.  Whether it's a static/class
> method or a regular method is irrelevant.  However, on the previous page
> there is a clue:
> 
> ----
> Class methods
> 
> Like the methods described above (also called instance methods), class
> methods are usually attached after variables and constants. Rather than
> a dot, a double colon is used.
> 
> Door::new( :oak )
> ----


Ah, yes thanks.  Also, that Ruby doesn't have static typing I find 
confusing -- but will continue on!



Thanks again,

Thufir