Thanks.

How about this translation?

Because all of Ruby has been designed with the principles of object
orientation in mind, the classification of its rich and powerful
functionality is easy to understand.


>>>>> "Yasushi" == Yasushi Shoji <yashi / yashi.com> writes:

    > 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

Jon

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