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In Chapter 2 we dived straight into the principles of object orientation, the method of representing concepts in Ruby by using classes and objects. Since then we’ve looked at Ruby’s standard classes, such as String and Array; worked with them; and then branched off to look at Ruby’s logic and other core features.
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