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> On Mon, 2003-08-04 at 03:06, wit wrote:
> > Hi.
> >
> > A few weeks ago, while I was evaluating Python and Java for my
> > next project I found about Ruby.
> > I read some parts of the "Programming Ruby" (great book BTW)
> > and tried programming some small scripts in Ruby.
> > I must say after this experience, I will never be the same ;-)
> > This language has some kind of elegance, that struck me
> > immediately.
> Hi and welcome to Ruby. I'm also new to this list. I discovered Ruby a
> few years ago while researching some object oriented languages and was
> also struck by the elegance of Ruby.
>
>
> > Now, my real trouble is: I have to choose the language for
> > my next dosktop app. The future of my one-person company
> > depends on this product. It will be a technical analysis app for
> > stock markets, that would probably take about 40-50k lines
> > of Java code.
> I am also in the process of writing a stock market analysis program and
> am planning to use artificial neural networks (libneural) to do the
> analysis for me. I've decided to use Ruby for its ability to do lot with
> very few lines of code.
>
> Cheers,
> Ot.
>

Good luck!

wit