Basic Ruby Training

Basic Ruby Training

Introduction To Ruby Training Course:

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Basic Ruby Online Training course content

1: An Introduction to Ruby
    1. Executing Ruby Code
    2. Dynamic Types
    3. Ruby Reserved Words
    4. Naming Conventio
2: Ruby Data Types
    1. Numbers & strings
    2. Simple Input & Output
    3. Converting String Input
    4. Regular Expressions
    5. Time Methods
3: Language Components
    1. Logical Operators
    2. The case Construct
    3. Loops
    4. Iterators
    5. Numeric  & String Iterators
    6. Methods
    7. Odds &  Ends
4: Collections
    1. Arrays
    2. Higher Dimensional Arrays
    3. Other Useful Arrays Methods
    4. Command Line Arguments
    5. Hashes
    6. Arrays/Hashes & Methods


5: Classes
    1. Creating a New Class
    2. Using Objects
    3. Defining Operator Methods
    4. Inheritance
    5. Access Levels
    6. Class Data and Class Methods
    7. Special Global Variables
    8. Scope of Variables
    9. Built-in Classes
6: Input and Output
  1. Reading from the Standard Input & Writing
  2. Reading and Writing Disk Files
  3. I/O With Command Line Commands
  4. Seeking About Files
  5. tell
  6. Capturing Data About Files
  7. Processing Directories
7: Exceptions
    1. Exception Hierarchy
    2. Multiple Rescue Clauses
    3. Exceptions are Classes
    4. Creating Your Own Exceptions
    5. catch and throw
8: Modules
    1. Using Core Ruby Classes
    2. Ruby Standard Library
    3. require
    4. Search Path
    5. File Organization
    6. load
    7. include
    8. Mixins
    9. Collection Classes
    10. yield
    11. Using the Enumerable Module