Does Ruby have standard container like C++?

Hi everyone,
I’m a newbie to Ruby. I’ve just started learning Ruby for a week, but I
love it :slight_smile: so much. I wonder is there any website to look up standard
library like C++?
And does Ruby have some standard container like C++ ( vector, list, map,
stack, deque… ). I come from a C++ background, so the way I think in
programming is pretty much from C++. I can see there’s a big differences
in the way Ruby does work comparing with C++. So what is a good way to
start thinking in Ruby way? Can anyone share me some experiences? Great
thanks in advance :wink: !

Chan N. wrote:

Hi everyone,
I’m a newbie to Ruby. I’ve just started learning Ruby for a week, but I
love it :slight_smile: so much. I wonder is there any website to look up standard
library like C++?
And does Ruby have some standard container like C++ ( vector, list, map,
stack, deque… ). I come from a C++ background, so the way I think in
programming is pretty much from C++. I can see there’s a big differences
in the way Ruby does work comparing with C++. So what is a good way to
start thinking in Ruby way? Can anyone share me some experiences? Great
thanks in advance :wink: !

Sorry I just realized that I posted in a wrong forum. I really apologize
for it.

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