Attr_accessor

I’m looking at an example here:

And, came along this line in MyModel:

attr_accessor :start_amount, :end_amount

What is “attr_accessor”?

Thanks.

On Sep 22, 8:37 am, Abder-Rahman A. [email protected] wrote:

I’m looking at an example here:http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1330273/how-to-calculate-differenc

And, came along this line in MyModel:

attr_accessor :start_amount, :end_amount

What is “attr_accessor”?

This isn’t a Rails specific question, as attr_accessor is built-in
Ruby functionality.

Perhaps you should take a look at a Ruby tutorial about classes:

http://juixe.com/techknow/index.php/2007/01/22/ruby-class-tutorial/

On 22 September 2010 13:37, Abder-Rahman A. [email protected]
wrote:

I’m looking at an example here:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1330273/how-to-calculate-difference-of-two-fields-on-form-submit-ruby-on-rails

And, came along this line in MyModel:

attr_accessor :start_amount, :end_amount

What is “attr_accessor”?

Can I ask how long you spent trying to answer this for yourself?
Please do some basic Ruby tutorials and also get and read the
Pickaxe Ruby book. If you keep asking such basic questions here
people will eventually get tired of answering them, and when you
really need help with a tricky problem you will have used up all your
calling credit.

Colin

on the comments example i gave you go to the article.rb there is an
explanation

also look at this

http://railscasts.com/episodes/26-hackers-love-mass-assignment

you can mail me directly for simple questions like this at

[email protected]

that way you wont use up all your “calling credit”

Abder-Rahman A. wrote:

I’m looking at an example here:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1330273/how-to-calculate-difference-of-two-fields-on-form-submit-ruby-on-rails

And, came along this line in MyModel:

attr_accessor :start_amount, :end_amount

What is “attr_accessor”?

It’s a sign that you need to go learn Ruby. :slight_smile:

Thanks.

Best,
–Â
Marnen Laibow-Koser
http://www.marnen.org
[email protected]

Sure @Marnen :slight_smile:

Thanks all for your replies.

And, really appreciate it @radhames.

I think this is a nice one:
http://blog.hulihanapplications.com/browse/view/3-attr-accessor-and-ruby-object-variables

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