Text processing and I/O programming fundamentals
Please fork this repository to work on the course. It contains some code
samples and source materials in the
samples folder that are needed to
complete the exercises.
Topics and course format
Each topic in this study guide consists of a Practicing Ruby article to read, some questions to test your understanding, and some project-based exercises to put the concepts into practice.
News and Updates
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You can submit pull requests for the reading questions by copying the questions into a text file, adding your answers inline, and then adding that file to your repository.
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