I Love Ruby - update

Hello Folks,

Have added Metaprogrming section to my free(dom) ruby book I Love Ruby.
Get it here http://goo.gl/FW6slH

Thanks

Karthikeyan A K

nice start, it will be better when it contain wisdom than knowledge

wow, none none, your passive aggressive troll may be optimally parsed
with
a token filter branched concurrently from a recursive tree assignment
providing disingenuous output streams to be fed back into an inverse
wisdom
machine state automata. I thought it was a nice write up for beginners.
Can
always use freedom to share information documents. So many shills
nowadays
where a blog post is simply just a lead into a shill for a “do you want
to
know more buy my” ebook.

It seems to be a .pdf.

I don’t want to download a .pdf file.

Can you make it not like a blog entry or a wiki entry instead? Viewable
in a browser… (I use old firefox version and won’t update for a long
time.)

I am really lazy. If you want you can get the source of the book here
https://www.dropbox.com/s/0j1t9m9drk7q7pz/I%20Love%20Ruby%202013.odt

Its a odt file, and possibly you can extract it into HTML or something
using a plugin or some stuff.

But since you have asked, I have extracted to html you can getit here
(in zipped format)
https://www.dropbox.com/s/60ninssdlbwsn2w/html.tar.bz2

Personally I don’t like to publish it many formats as maintaining it
is pain. I type stuff into open office document and in one click I
can get a pdf. Thats what I like.

On Fri, Dec 6, 2013 at 12:50 PM, Karthikeyan A K
[email protected]wrote:

Hello Folks,

Have added Metaprogrming section to my free(dom) ruby book I Love Ruby.
Get it here http://goo.gl/FW6slH

Have you addressed the issues brought up in your previous release?
https://www.ruby-forum.com/topic/4417954 (or others
https://www.ruby-forum.com/search?query=Karthikeyan+A+K&forums[]=4&max_age=-&sort_by_date=1)

Haven’t I?

See the “An Important Math Discovery” . I must get the Noble prize for
it.

I Like that examples and explanations.

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