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On Sun, May 1, 2011 at 4:29 AM, Konstantin Ka <paranox3 / yahoo.de> wrote:

>
> Would there be any way that Ruby-Newbie-mme could come along, have a
> look inside the preprogrammed String class and see written there in Ruby
> language
>
> >  def rand
> >    self.split('').shuffle.join
> >  end
>
> ... because that would enable me to go "Oh, sure! It splits the string,
> shuffles it, and joins it back together. Sounds easy!" even if, to find
> out what some of those "1st tier" methods like .split actually do, I'd
> have to go look at the C code.
>
>
>
Check out the gem pry (get it by going to the command line and typing "gem
install pry pry-doc" -- possibly requiring "sudo" privelages, and possibly
not working on 1.8.6)

Then you can start a pry session with "pry"

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