Nothing important here, just wondering.
Started adding Ruby to my skills when I saw a Rails demo at at
Discovered real quick that I was going to have to learn a little Ruby
before the books on Rails made any sense in detail. So far so good.
I am curious why the convention in Ruby is to place the subroutines
-whoops, I mean methods - at the first of the program and the code at
bottom. Not that it makes any difference since callers and methods can
scattered thoughout, just like Perl and just about any other language.
Just seems strange to me after a lifetime of always adding the code
to the top and the newest routines to the bottom of the script and was
wondering who started the Ruby format?
Araminska in Tulsa