Embedding a library into a method


#1

Hi all,
I wanted to embed the Net::Telnet into a method, just look my code …

#CODE start here
#!/usr/bin/ruby

require “net/telnet”

class VictimInfo
attr_accessor :ip, :port
#ask for Victim infos
def initialize( )
puts “Victim infos:.”
puts "Ip Address: "
puts “Ip Address: #{@ip = gets.to_s}”
puts "Remote Port: "
puts “Remote Port: #{@port = gets.to_i}”
end
#connect to the Victim computer
def connect( ) # I want to use the Net::Telnet library in this
method
#CODE finish here

someone know the way to do it; I know complex method but if there’s a
simple way to do it …


#2

Could someone ANSWER my QUESTION please …


#3

Mathspeedy wrote:

Hi all,
I wanted to embed the Net::Telnet into a method, just look my code …

Try copying some of the code from here…

http://www.ruby-doc.org/stdlib/libdoc/net/telnet/rdoc/classes/Net/Telnet.html


#4

On 12 mai, 20:37, Joel VanderWerf removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:

Mathspeedy wrote:

Hi all,
I wanted to embed the Net::Telnet into a method, just look my code …

Try copying some of the code from here…

http://www.ruby-doc.org/stdlib/libdoc/net/telnet/rdoc/classes/Net/Tel


vjoel : Joel VanderWerf : path berkeley edu : 510 665 3407

I think I have an idea …