Pe wrote:
> From: Tom Cloyd [mailto:tomcloyd / comcast.net] 
> # I actually want to accomplish work. 
>
> here's my psycho on ruby and docs. Almost all commonly used methods/classes in ruby are documented. 
>
> If a certain method/class has zero doc, it's probably because
>  1 it's not used often 
>  2 or deprecated 
>  3 or too new
>  4 or there's a better ruby way
>
> if you ever you get to the point that your ruby coding is getting discouraging/tormenting, then by all means, stop, it's not supposed to be that way (because of the ruby way is fun :). Open your email asap, and post your problem and a pseudocode snippet of what you want to accomplish to the ruby ml... I assure you, you'll get very brilliant answers from this community... a lot better than google ;-)
>
> kind regards -botp
>
>
>   
I'm finding that out. This is an incredible resource. It's already saved 
me about 5 times in the last 3 weeks.

Thanks for your thoughts and support.

Tom


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