Am 24.04.2013 17:14, schrieb D. Deryl Downey:
>
>> Sorry for the confusion. From my (obviously limited) knowledge of languages I
>> thought that was a general rule. Let's change that then to "in Ruby, you don't
>> declare variables...".
>
> Change that to you don't *have to* declare variables. "You don't declare" would be misleading.
>

How would you declare a variable in Ruby? Do you mean the first
assignment to it? To me, "declaring" signifies a type declaration
like in C or Java.


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