Advice for me

Hello, could you please help me. I am not a programmer, but I would like
to write in Ruby, on a gift card for my son-in-law, “I am so glad I know
you” He is a programmer & he would really think that is great. thank you

Excerpts from Sandy T.'s message of Mon Feb 03 20:06:24 +0100 2014:

you" He is a programmer & he would really think that is great. thank you

In ruby this prints the message on the console:

puts “I am so glad I know you”

Of course you can do fancy things such as hex or base64 encode or using
quoting … to make him type it into irb …

Then it becomes:

require ‘base64’
puts Base64.decode64 “SSBhbSBzbyBnbGFkIEkga25vdyB5b3U=\n”

That’s enough to have some fun and probably all you need.

Marc W.

Boy, I’d have never figured out that could have become english!! thank
you so much, he’ll be really surprised

Hey Sandy,

Actually you can’t translate english words into a programming language
but I think you could do something nice and simple if you write this:

def my_message_to_you
“I am so glad I know you”
end

puts my_message_to_you


Luis U.

On February 3, 2014 at 3:07:37 PM, Sandy T. ([email protected])
wrote:

Hello, could you please help me. I am not a programmer, but I would like
to write in Ruby, on a gift card for my son-in-law, “I am so glad I know
you” He is a programmer & he would really think that is great. thank you


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thank you for your help

Hello,

I have answered a similar request on SO some time ago, so I will just
post a link with multiple answers from which you can adjust and choose
what fits you better:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/21081351/need-help-writing-birthday-messages-in-ruby

On 3 Φεβ 2014, at 21:57 , Sandy T. [email protected] wrote:

thank you for your help


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Panagiotis (atmosx) Atmatzidis

email: [email protected]
URL: http://www.convalesco.org
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Reading that site gives me a whole new appreciation of all that you must
do to say some of the most ordinary phrases for the rest of us to read!!
Thank you

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