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When you create a instance of object you need to store link to it.

On Sun, Aug 8, 2010 at 10:14 PM, Alexey Bovanenko <a.bovanenko / gmail.com>wrote:

> No, you store memory location in link variable.
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> On Sun, Aug 8, 2010 at 10:07 PM, Amir Ebrahimifard <amiref / ymail.com>wrote:
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>> > You said "please instantiate the Test class". irb said "Okay, I did
>> > that; I made a new instance of Test, and here is its memory address so
>> > you can keep track of this instance later if you need to."
>> >
>> > Then you said "Well, that was stupid; I instantiated the Test class, but
>> > I didn't do anything about capturing that instance, so I have no way to
>> > refer to it. So this time, please instantiate the Test class and point
>> > to that instance with a variable called variable." irb said "Okay, I did
>> > that; I made a new instance of Test, and here is its memory address
>> > (pointed to by variable) so you can keep track of this instance later if
>> > you need to. By the way you can see from the address that this is a
>> > different instance from the one we made earlier."
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>> you means that in second time that I make an object I named a memory
>> location to "variable"?
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> With regards,
> Alexei Bovanenko
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With regards,
Alexei Bovanenko

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