Stefano Crocco wrote:
> In ruby, you can execute a command in a subshell using the system method 
> or
> the backticks (`) operator. This way, you can create a ruby script which
> downloads what you need using wget, then goes on doing whatever you want 
> with
> those files. 

> `wget http://www.digg.com -r -l 2`


How to I wack a variable in here? It doesn't seem to want a string :(
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