Can't get the @ on fxri

I’m trying several ways to write the @ at, but just can’t;
tryed alt + 64, ctrl+alt+q, and nothing, I give up
can sombody help me ?

On Thu, 28 Sep 2006, Longinos R. wrote:

I’m trying several ways to write the @ at, but just can’t;
tryed alt + 64, ctrl+alt+q, and nothing, I give up
can sombody help me ?

are you talking about shift+2 ?

-a

Longinos R. wrote:

I’m trying several ways to write the @ at, but just can’t;
tryed alt + 64, ctrl+alt+q, and nothing, I give up
can sombody help me ?

Could you please explain a bit more fully? Are you having trouble typing
the
‘@’ character?

Paul L. wrote:

Longinos R. wrote:

I’m trying several ways to write the @ at, but just can’t;
tryed alt + 64, ctrl+alt+q, and nothing, I give up
can sombody help me ?

Could you please explain a bit more fully? Are you having trouble typing
the
‘@’ character?

sorry for the dlay,
yes it’s the @ character, I can put it here with no problem, but not in
the fxri program, because I’m trying to learn ruby and I think that
program si for practicing, my keyboard configuration is spanish latin
amirica,

On 9/27/06, Longinos R. [email protected] wrote:

I’m trying several ways to write the @ at, but just can’t;
tryed alt + 64, ctrl+alt+q, and nothing, I give up
can sombody help me ?

If you let us know your operating system and keyboard layout, we may
be able to help.

Longinos R. wrote:

sorry for the dlay,
yes it’s the @ character, I can put it here with no problem, but not in
the fxri program, because I’m trying to learn ruby and I think that
program si for practicing, my keyboard configuration is spanish latin
amirica,

Maybe there’s no entry in ri for ‘@’. Umm, no, that’s not the reason –
I
just typed ‘@’ for ri and got a lot of responses:

More than one method matched your request. You can refine
your search by asking for information on one of:

 Numeric#[email protected], Numeric#[email protected], Float#[email protected], Fixnum#[email protected], Bignum#[email protected]

Maybe this is a time when you should consider dropping the time-saving,
super-efficient, artificially intelligent go-between “fxri”, and type
your
request into ri directly.

I figure it out, sorry it was very easy, a friend that came over told
me,
It’s a little emberessing, that I want to learn programming and
something so simple would crash me, it was Alt Gr + q

Longinos R. wrote:

I figure it out, sorry it was very easy, a friend that came over told
me,
It’s a little emberessing, that I want to learn programming and
something so simple would crash me, it was Alt Gr + q

Don’t feel bad, it happens to all of us. In 1977 I got my first personal
computer, an Apple II. I wanted to write some cool stuff, but first I
had
to get into BASIC. The instructions said “Type ‘control-B’ to get into
BASIC”.

I must have typed “control-B” a thousand times.

irb(main):024:0> class Greeter
irb(main):025:1> def initialize(name = “World”)
irb(main):026:2> @name = name
irb(main):027:2> end
irb(main):028:1> def say_hi
irb(main):029:2> puts “Hi #{@name}!”
irb(main):030:2> end
irb(main):031:1> def say_bye
irb(main):032:2> puts “Bye #{@name}, come back soon.”
irb(main):033:2> end
irb(main):034:1> end

Ok that’s what i can’t do the “@name”, I can’t put the @ in,
Thanks for your response

Rick DeNatale wrote:

/ …

I must have typed “control-B” a thousand times.

I guess that that was before the autostart ROM.

Yep. It was a very early unit. No auto-anything. :slight_smile:

On 9/28/06, Paul L. [email protected] wrote:

BASIC".

I must have typed “control-B” a thousand times.

I guess that that was before the autostart ROM.

When I bought my Apple ][, the ][+ had already come out. But I got it
with the Apple Integer basic ROMS, and a Language card which let me
load AppleSoft basic or Pascal.

Back then there was a lot of software which only ran on Integer basic.

But it did have autostart.


Rick DeNatale

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