Please anyone help me!

Hai Friends!
Now I have started to learn the socket.
I have not get any good resource for sockets programming in ruby.
Please any one help me .
If you are having any book or link means,send to me.
And also I wanted to know what is the use of Mutex in ruby that is
derived from threds.

deep regards,
Vellingiri.

Oh my God!!! Wolf!! Wolf!! Help me! Fire in the theater! URGENT!!! The
sky is falling, the sky is falling!!! Calling all cars, respond to the
scene immediately, officer down!!! Please help me!!! HELLLLLP!!!

I need to start learning ROR in 6 months time. Can anyone recommend a
good book?

On Oct 6, 9:48 am, Vellingiri A. [email protected]
wrote:

Hai Friends!
Now I have started to learn the socket.
I have not get any good resource for sockets programming in ruby.
Please any one help me .
If you are having any book or link means,send to me.
And also I wanted to know what is the use of Mutex in ruby that is
derived from threds.

Why don’t you google? :wink:


Alex
PS: it might be more wise to learn the concept of sockets from the low-
level, like C (POSIX), instead of using them right away in any high-
level language like Ruby.

On Sat, 2007-10-06 at 21:16 +0900, Victor R. wrote:

Is the sarcasm necessary? Is that the new “The new Ruby Way”?

No, I don’t think it’s representative of our whole group, just someone
new.

Arlen

Is the sarcasm necessary? Is that the new “The new Ruby Way”?

That is just one individual among a group of thousands.

Is the sarcasm necessary? Is that the new “The new Ruby Way”?

Victor R. wrote:

Is the sarcasm necessary? Is that the new “The new Ruby Way”?

Check archives, this guy is creating new threads with every problem he
faces, programing in general, langue choice, implementation, computers,
all here, most of his questions are ultra-basic, and are described in
Pickaxe, CS books, or google (usually one good search returns 5-10 pages
with answers to his question) so sarcasm is necessary (i doubt he’ll
understand it tho), also i never seen him thank for answers someone gave
him or post more then one post in thread he started(except for one case
when he asked additional question)

I also started to figure out about sockets. I would suggest reading this
introducing tutorial in C:
http://www.cs.rpi.edu/courses/sysprog/sockets/sock.html
It describes exactly what is needed for sockets. Also reading the doc
could be helpfull but take care because some of the samples are
broken:http://www.ruby-doc.org/stdlib/libdoc/socket/rdoc/index.html

Socket in Ruby
https://www6.software.ibm.com/developerworks/education/l-rubysocks/l-rubysocks-a4.pdf

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