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Jeremy McAnally <jeremymcanally / gmail.com> writes:

> There is no language spec for Ruby.  You can look at the spec suite
> that's being built as a reference....that's about the closest thing we
> have.  Of course, you can also look at the parser. :)

Mh, I can't seem to find it. Is it on this page?
http://spec.ruby-doc.org/
It doesn't seem reachable atm, I'll check tomorrow.

> As for books, I'd recommend "The Ruby Programming Language" since Matz
> was involved in authoring it.  It's not necessarily the "best"
> teaching book, but it's the most up to date and covers more of the
> "why."

Nice, thank you too.

Jakob
-- 
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