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Modules - Programming Ruby: The Pragmatic Programmer's Guide 
 
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Modules are a way of grouping together methods, classes, and constants. ... As you start to write bigger and bigger Ruby programs, you'll naturally find yourself ...    
 
 
Ruby Modules and Mixins - Tutorials for SIP, Pay per Click ... 
 
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Ruby Modules and Mixins - Learning Ruby in simple and easy steps - A beginner's tutorial containing complete knowledge of Ruby Syntax Syntax, Classes, , Variables, Comments, Loops, File, I/O, Functions, Objects, TK, Ranges, iterators, arrays, strings, methods, blocks, Exception, Multi-Threading ...  
 
 
 
Class: Module (Ruby 2.2.0) - Ruby-Doc.org 
 
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A Module is a collection of methods and constants. The methods in a module may be instance methods or module methods. Instance methods appear as ...    
 
 
Ruby User's Guide - Modules 
 
www.rubyist.net/~slagell/ruby/modules.html
The :: operator tells the ruby interpreter which module it should consult for the value of a constant (conceivably, some module besides Math might mean something else by PI).  
 
 
 
Class: Module (Ruby 1.9.3) 
 
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A Module is a collection of methods and constants. The methods in a module may be instance methods or module methods. Instance methods appear as methods in a class when the module is included, module methods do not.  
 
 
 
Ruby Best Practices- Issue #8: Uses for Modules (1 of 4) 
 
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Apr 13, 2011 ... Modules are part of what makes Ruby's design beautiful. However, since they do not have a direct analogy in any mainstream programming ...    
 
 
Ruby modules and classes - Stack Overflow 
 
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I am just starting Ruby and learning the concept of modules. I understand that one use of modules is to better organize your code and avoid name clashes. Let's say I have bunch of modules like this...  
 
 
 
Ruby Tutorial : Modules - NewCircle 
 
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WGR Chapter 4, Modules and program organization ... ruby module Stacky def stack @stack ||= [] end def push obj stack.push obj end def pop stack.pop end ...    
 
 
Class: Module (Ruby 2.2.1) - Ruby-Doc.org: Documenting the ... 
 
ruby-doc.org/core/Module.html
A Module is a collection of methods and constants. The methods in a module may be instance methods or module methods. Instance methods appear as methods in a class when the module is included, module methods do not.  
 
 
 
Modules in Ruby - Stack Overflow 
 
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Please explain why self is used in def self.included (klass) below. module A def self.included(klass) puts "A -> #{klass}" puts A puts self end end class X include A end  
 
 
 
ruby - Difference between a class and a module - Stack Overflow 
 
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I came from Java and now I am working more with ruby. One language ... The first answer is good and gives some structural answers, but another ...    
 
 
Module vs Class - Ruby Forum 
 
https://www.ruby-forum.com/topic/131715
Hi Guys I am new to ruby, and one question here: what object should I wrap as Module and what should I wrap as Class, any rules to fellow? Thanks /Jack  
 
 
 
An introduction to modules : Part 1 – - Ruby Fleebie 
 
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Aug 27, 2007 ... Almost every languages have variables, constants, classes and objects… but who knew about modules before Ruby was invented? A ruby ...    
 
 
Module - Ruby on Rails API 
 
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Extends the module object with class/module and instance accessors for class/module attributes, just like the native attr* accessors for instance attributes.  
 
 
 
Modules - Learn Ruby The Hard Way 
 
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Exercise 40: Modules, Classes, and Objects. Ruby is called an "object-oriented programming language." This means there is a construct in Ruby called a class ...    
 
 
Ruby: Modules, Mixins, Fixins, and Rails - Dev Articles 
 
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Ruby: Modules, Mixins, Fixins, and Rails (Page 1 of 4 ) Modules Ate My Homework. Working with a lot of classes can be overwhelming -- just ask any college professor.  
 
 
 
Include vs Extend in Ruby // RailsTips by John Nunemaker 
 
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May 15, 2009 ... Older: Class and Instance Methods in Ruby ... The permissions module in that article is then included in a few models thus sharing the methods ...    
 
 
Including and extending modules in Ruby - Maurício Linhares ... 
 
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Sep 27, 2008 ... One of the coolest features in Ruby is the existence of modules and the possibility of including their implementation in any object. This simple ...    
 
 
Ruby Mixin Tutorial | Juixe Techknow 
 
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Jun 15, 2006 ... In Java you just have classes (both abstract and concrete) and interfaces. The Ruby language provides classes, modules, and a mix of both.    
 
 
Programming Ruby: The Pragmatic Programmer's Guide 
 
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This book is a tutorial and reference for the Ruby programming language. Use Ruby, and you'll write better code, be more productive, and enjoy programming more.  
 
 
 
Ruby programing tutorial - class inheritance & modules 
 
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Another way to DRY up your code in Ruby is to use modules. We've already seen a little bit of how to use modules, but we'll give a few more examples here.    
 
 
Ruby Module- A major OOPs feature of the Ruby programming ... 
 
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Ruby Module is an important part of the Ruby programming language. It supports multiple inheritance indirectly and is a major object-oriented feature of the  
 
 
 
Using Modules in Ruby - YouTube 
 
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Aug 2, 2012 ... Modules are an extremely important part of the Ruby ecosystem. Learn how to mix in methods into a Ruby class using modules in this ...    
 
 
Better Ruby Idioms « Katz Got Your Tongue? 
 
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Nov 12, 2009 ... The crazy thing about all of this is that it's completely reinventing the module system that Ruby already has. This would be exactly identical: ...    
 
 
How You Nest Modules Matters in Ruby — theScore Tech Blog 
 
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Modules are just constants in Ruby, as such, regular constant look-up rules apply. The very first rule relates to how modules are nested. For the purpose of this blog post, we will ignore regular constants and just focus on modules.  
 
 
 
Jay Fields' Thoughts: Ruby: Underuse of Modules 
 
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Jul 24, 2008 ... Ruby: Underuse of Modules. When I began seriously using Ruby I noticed two things that I didn't like about the language. There's no method to ...    
 
 
Including a module in Ruby | Mousebender 
 
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If we define two modules, with methods that have the same names module M1 def foo puts "M1" end end module M2 def foo puts "M2" end end and then include them in a class in a specific order class C include M1 include M2 end method from the last included module will be used.…  
 
 
 
MySQL :: Download Ruby MySQL modules 
 
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Ruby/MySQL is written in pure Ruby, and implements (mostly) the same interface as MySQL/Ruby. (This module is also included in the Ruby on Rails ...    
 
 
Ruby and the singleton pattern don't get along - Practicing Ruby ... 
 
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But there are also some subtle use cases in Ruby due to the fact that classes and modules are objects. For example, we have the Math module on which we can ...    
 
 
Modules - Learn the Ruby Programming Language 
 
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A module is just a way to compartmentalize all of your methods, classes, constants, etc into a little section where they can't interfere with anything in another part of the program.  
 
 
 
Ruby Stack Application Modules - Bitnami 
 
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Ruby Stack Modules. You can install additional Bitnami applications on top of Ruby Stack using module installers. Just download the appropriate package for ...    
 
 
Modules Mixins: Ruby Study Notes - Best Ruby Guide, Ruby Tutorial 
 
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Ruby Modules are similar to classes in that they hold a collection of methods, constants, and other module and class definitions. Modules are defined much like classes are, but the module keyword is used in place of the class keyword.  
 
 
 
Modules - Jumpstart Lab Curriculum 
 
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Models Modules One of the most powerful tools in a Rubyist&# … ... Modules are used to namespace Ruby classes. For example, if we had this code: ...    
 
 
The Ruby Language FAQ: Classes and modules - rootr.net : home 
 
www.rootr.net/rubyfaq-8.html
8. Classes and modules. 8.1 Can a class definition be repeated? A class can be defined repeatedly. Each definition is added to the last definition.    
 
 
Emulating the Node.js module system in Ruby - Andrew Nesbitt 
 
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Oct 19, 2013 ... There are pros and cons to each approach, but one big drawback to ruby's approach is that you can't load two different modules called Lanyrd ...    
 
 
What Is Module In Ruby - Askives Docs 
 
https://docs.askives.com/what-is-module-in-ruby.html
Ruby Module DBI is installed properly on your machine. You have gone through MySQL tutorial to understand MySQL Basics. Following is the example of connecting with ...  
 
 
 
Using Anonymous Classes and Modules in Ruby | Intridea Blog 
 
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Feb 13, 2012 ... One of my favorite aspects of Ruby is that just about everything is an object, even Class and Module . The ability to instantiate "anonymous" ...    
 
 
Ruby Modules and Mixins - Tutorials for D Programming, JCL ... 
 
www.tutorialspoint.com/ruby/pdf/ruby_modules.pdf
Ruby does not suppoprt mutiple inheritance directly but Ruby Modules have another, wonderful use. At a stroke, they pretty much eliminate the need for multiple inheritance, providing a facility called a mixin.  
 
 
 
Ruby 2 - Module#prepend - Garry Shutler - Robust Software 
 
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Apr 6, 2013 ... First, I think it's worth a little diversion into how method dispatch works in Ruby to understand what Module#prepend allows you to do that you ...    
 
 
Ruby Programming - Class and Module Definitions 
 
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Having exhausted the combinations of classes and objects, we can (thankfully) get back to programming by looking at the nuts and bolts of class and module definitions.  
 
 
 
Modulecounts 
 
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I'm gathering counts of separate modules, so multiple versions of the same module/package/gem only count once (foo-1.2, foo-1.3 and bar-1.0 would count as 2 ...    
 
 
Ruby Modules Tutorial - Columbus State University 
 
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Ruby Modules Tutorial Ruby Modules and classes are similar in the fact that they hold a collection of methods, constants, and other module and class definitions. Defining a module is similar to defining a class, except for the fact  
 
 
 
Ruby Module Variables • SketchUcation Community Forums 
 
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Developers' Forum ... "Based on the reference: Module Variables , I figured that it's valid to create ..." · "Anton_S wrote: 2nd : Since, you can't create an instance of a module (SomeModule.new = No function such as new)... WRONG class Module , like ALL Ruby objects, has a new() constructor ...  
 
 
 
Wealthfront Engineering: Ruby Modules 
 
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There are two common usages for modules in Ruby: namespacing and mixing in. An example of namespacing can be seen in the Math module: Math::PI # 3.14159....  
 
 
 
Ruby Foundations Course 
 
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The Ruby standard library is packaged with every Ruby installation. The standard library contains modules and classes that are commonly used for writing programs.  
 
 
 
Accessing instance variables declared in ruby modules | Nat ... 
 
www.natontesting.com/2009/09/28/accessing-instance...
Ruby modules are great - until you want to access the instance variables defined in a module, from a class that mixes in that module. If you want to do that,  
 
 
 
Modules and the Require Keyword In Ruby | Programming Tips ... 
 
www.codercaste.com/2012/11/22/modules-and-the-require...
What is a ruby module? A module is a special Ruby programmatic construct that is a collection of constants and methods. It enables you to create more modular  
 
 
 
Software Development: Modules in Ruby - blogspot.com 
 
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<%= f.hidden_field :user_id, :value => current_user.id %> This passes a hidden variable user_id with the value of current_user.id  
 
 
 
Using Modules in Ruby - YouTube 
 
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Modules are an extremely important part of the Ruby ecosystem. Learn how to mix in methods into a Ruby class using modules in this introductory video. http:/...    
 
 
Ruby Modules, Mixins, and Multiple Inheritance | Ian S ... 
 
www.ianflorentino.com/2014/04/01/ruby-modules-mixins...
In the Ruby language there is no multiple inheritance, however, Modules can be used to simulate multiple inheritances. In this post, I will go over what multiple inheritance is and how we can use Modules in place of multiple inheritance.  
 
 
 


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