Instace_methods

hi,
class Raj
def hi
puts ‘hi’
end
end

If I write code "puts Raj.instance_methods(false)"it prints the
functions available in Raj class, so here output would be ‘hi’

My question is, consider the below code of mine

save_dialog = WIN32OLE.new(“AutoItX3.Control”)
excel = WIN32OLE.connect(“excel.application”)

As I have explained in my example, I would like to have methods which
are specific to save_dialg and excel. The problem here is, If I write
the code like

“puts save_dialog.class.instance_methods(false)”
It is returning the methods which is available in WIN32OLE, but
how do I get the methods which are specific to save_dialog and excel?

You use excel.ole_methods

hi Joel,

thank you, I was using puts

WIN32OLE.connect(“excel.application”).ole_func_methods. could you
explain me what’s the difference?

There is a great blog which can get you started here:
http://rubyonwindows.blogspot.co.uk/2007/03/automating-excel-with-ruby.html

The documentation for individual OLE methods will be in MSDN:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/wss56bz7.aspx

The documentation for WIN32OLE is here:
http://ruby-doc.org/stdlib-1.9.3/libdoc/win32ole/rdoc/WIN32OLE.html

hi Joel P.

Where can I find the documentation of those functions? How would I know
how to use those functions?

hi Joel P.

Thank you.

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