Sorry about indentation and weird English.

On 2 set, 17:08, thiagobrandam <thiagobran... / gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi guys. Thanks for helping me.
> Martin, if you guys want to give us ideas, it would be really
> appreciated.
> I said I wasn't asking for ideas because I did not want to pass the
> wrong impression that I was
> looking for an answer that only my group was supposed to answer. A
> mentor for n00bs is always welcome though!
> Do you have any idea? Keep in mind this is meant to be a free
> software, OK?
> Joel, we were thinking about doing something related to web stuff or
> games, still not decided.
> Todd, no it doesn't. By the way, it would raise my grade really high
> if I would write in more than one language! =)
>
> On 2 set, 15:59, "Todd Benson" <caduce... / gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > On Tue, Sep 2, 2008 at 12:54 PM, thiagobrandam <thiagobran... / gmail.com> wrote:
> > > Hi all, my name is Thiago and I am completely new to Ruby. I'm having
> > > OO class this semester and one of the languages we are using is Ruby.
> > > For the final exam, we will have to build a software using OO concepts
> > > and my group decided to do this task with Ruby. I'd like to know what
> > > kind of software Ruby is best for and its limitations. I'm not asking
> > > for ideas but for directions, so that we don't waste our time trying
> > > to do something too difficult or impossible.
> > > Best regards.
>
> > Does the project have to be entirely in one language?
>
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