Ah, thanks, I think I get it, a slightly different nuance then.

Because all of Ruby has been designed with the principles of object
orientation in mind, it can classify its rich and powerful
functionality in ways that are easy to understand.

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

    > From: Jon Babcock <jon / kanji.com> Subject: [ruby-talk:5222] Re:
    > Ruby Book Eng tl, ch1 question Date: Mon, 2 Oct 2000 18:55:29
    > +0900

    >> 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.

    > nice. :-) i like it.

    > i've been thinking about it after I sent my prev. mail. and
    > thought that your original was pretty good.

    > i guess we have to wait matz to explain what he ment but, IMHO,
    > the point is 'classification of functionalities'.  and the
    > classification was organized by oo manner.

    > so here is what i came up with: (alot like your original...)

    > "object orientation principle helps Ruby to classify(organize)
    > its rich and powerfull functionality in an easy to understand
    > manner."

    > sorry for the confusion caused by my poor english... :(

    > regards,
    > --
    >         yashi





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