Like constructors in Java, I understood that in Ruby, we use
"initialize" for this issue.

If I have the following in Java:

public class ReadFile
{
public static short[][] setFile(fileName)
{
ReadFile rf = new ReadFile();
}
}

Regarding:

public static short[][] setFile(fileName)

In a previous thread, I understood that I can represent it in ruby as:

def set_file(filename)
end

But, now, as for:

ReadFile rf = new ReadFile();

Does the preceding Java code look like the follows in Ruby:

class ReadFile
def set_file(filename)
def initialize
end
end
end

Thanks.
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