Windows users can feel like second-class-citizens in the Ruby world. Ruby gems and tools often don't work quite right on Windows hosts. But we can fix this. Making your code …
Today we learn about how the StringIO class can help us test methods that work with files.
After many passing mentions, StringIO finally gets its own episode!
In the thrilling conclusion to Part 1, we generalize our solution and discuss algorithm-solving strategy.
Today, a little computer-science problem offers some useful insights.
In this episode, we'll learn how to do basic tabular text layouts without resorting to printf-style format specifiers.
Today we'll compare a few different ways to quote large, multi-line blocks of text.
Today we look at a lesser-known but handy pair of methods on Strings.
Have you ever wanted a way to customize the format of certain generated strings, but felt like ERB or some other templating language was overkill? If so, today's episode should …
Following on from the last episode, today we look at some more advanced uses of Ruby's string formatting features.