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Simple answer:  everything.  Everything is considered an object,
including an instance of a class, the class itself, its methods, etc.
No primitives, just objects.


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Alex Stahl | Sr. Quality Engineer | hi5 Networks, Inc. | astahl / hi5.com
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On Wed, 2010-11-10 at 19:50 -0600, Eva wrote:

> I'm also switching from perl and php.
> I'm not sure in ruby what's an object.
> It seems each instance of a class is an object, is it?
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> Thanks.

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