From: Jon Babcock <jon / kanji.com>
Subject: [ruby-talk:5218] Ruby Book Eng tl, ch1 question 
Date: Mon, 2 Oct 2000 17:06:02 +0900

> 全体がオブジェクト指向という統一的なポリシーで設計されているので、豊富
> で強力な機能もわかりやすく分類されている

[...]

> Could someone please explain in more detail what this means and/or
> improve on the translation?

I tried to write one nice sentence but faild, so i'll leave that to
you.  i don't know its detailed enogh but here is, i think, what the
line means

- Ruby is designed Object Oriented in its mind.

- Object oriented is one of the ruby's policies and it's nicely
affecting throughout the language.

- Object Oriented design neatly classifies ruby's rich and powerfull
features (functionalities?).

- and that's easy to understand

hope it helps...
--
         yashi