I am currently using ruby 1.9.3. But till now i am using windows command prompt to use "IRB". So is there any eqivalent "IRB" console like "windows cmd" for Ruby code run and test.
on 2013-02-01 23:52
on 2013-02-02 00:30
You can run IRB direct rather than typing irb into the console... What are you looking for?
on 2013-02-02 05:46
Joel Pearson wrote in post #1094830: > You can run IRB direct rather than typing irb into the console... What > are you looking for? How does so? Every I need to write "IRB" on the console.
on 2013-02-02 06:41
On Fri, Feb 1, 2013 at 10:46 PM, Arup Rakshit <email@example.com> wrote: > Joel Pearson wrote in post #1094830: >> You can run IRB direct rather than typing irb into the console... What >> are you looking for? > > > How does so? Every I need to write "IRB" on the console. irb is ruby's interactive mode -- it's very much a command line interpreter (REPL*) that handles ruby code. I guess I don't quite understand what the issue is here. What do you mean by "Every I need to write IRB on the console" ? I'm woefully unfamiliar with the windows environment, but if there's an irb.exe, you should just be able to click on that from Explorer and it will launch in a box, won't it? Or maybe from the Start menu, if that still exists? OTOH, If you are writing your ruby code in an editor and saving it to a file, you should be able to just call it with ruby from a cmd window, like: C:\mycode\> ruby.exe myprogram.rb (*REPL : Read-Evaluate-Print Loop)