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Ruby Programming
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Ruby and Microsoft Windows

Ruby is written for POSIX environments, which means that it can take advantage of all of the system calls and libraries that Unix programmers are familiar with.

But there are a number of features and extensions designed to make Ruby more useful in a Microsoft Windows environment, too. In this chapter, we'll look at these features and share some secrets to using Ruby effectively under Windows.
Ruby Programming
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