On Jan 17, 2008 10:10 PM, James Gray <james / grayproductions.net> wrote:

>
> In an example in Practical Ruby Projects, the author has to load some
> some operating specific code.  He feels that open classes are great
> for that.  He codes up the general interface of the class and then
> insert the other methods tailored to the operating system later.
>
> This does seem to come out smoother than having to deal with a bunch
> of specific subclasses.  The unneeded code is just not added in.
There is almost no Ruby quiz solution I have ever submitted that does
not do that, it feels somehow like, look Ruby I know better than you
do though ;)
>
> James Edward Gray II
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