Ruby User's Guide
by Mark Slagell
Number of pages: 264
Ruby is "an easy object oriented language". It may seem a little strange at first, but it is designed to be easily read and written. This User's Guide will get you started at invoking and using ruby, and give you insights into ruby's nature that you may not get from the reference manual.
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