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Embedding Ruby in HTML

So far we've looked at using Ruby to create HTML output, but we can turn the problem inside out; we can actually embed Ruby in an HTML document.

There are a number of packages that allow you to embed Ruby statements in some other sort of a document, especially in an HTML page. Generically, this is known as ``eRuby.'' Specifically, there are several different implementations of eRuby, including eruby and erb. The remainder of this section will discuss eruby, written by Shugo Maeda.

Embedding Ruby in HTML is a very powerful concept---it basically gives us the equivalent of a tool such as ASP, JSP, or PHP, but with the full power of Ruby.
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