Today we'll spruce up a command-line application by enabling it to dynamically re-wrap text as the terminal is resized.
The Ruby standard library omits a method for wrapping text at word boundaries. Today we'll look at a few different ways to fill this gap.
In this episode, we'll learn how to do basic tabular text layouts without resorting to printf-style format specifiers.
Strings, Unicode, and regular expressions: all ingredients in today's dish!
Sometimes using a string format is overkill. Today we look at quick and easy ways to convert to and from hexadecimal, octal, binary, and other integer representations.
Today's episode is about creating self-referential regular expressions.
Guest chef Nell Shamrell shares an intro to working with regex capture groups in this episode.
In today's episode, we put together several of the small bits of Ruby lore we've learned in order to build a simple and pragmatic mail templating system.
In today's episode we explore methods for unindenting text. Along the way, we'll learn some tricks and play some code golf.
Today we'll compare a few different ways to quote large, multi-line blocks of text.