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Hashes - Ruby - About.com
Hashes are the swiss army knife of Ruby data structures. You will see hashes
absolutely everywhere, even to emulate missing language features. It could even
Everything You Wanted To Know About Hashes - Ruby - About.com
Hashes are the bread and butter of Ruby data structures. For any unordered
structure, you'll find hashes used everywhere. If it's ordered, you'll see arrays
Creating Hashes from Arrays - Ruby - About.com
How do you create hashes from tabular data? There are a few ways, but there's a
way built into Ruby that fits onto a single line.
Serialized Hashes - Ruby - About.com
... can be both a fast way to retrieve an object based on a key, and a convenient
key/value store. There's no doubt, hashes are one of the most used types in Ruby
Building Hashes From Arrays - Ruby - About.com
It's often useful to build hashes from an array. This can be done easily using the
Hash[ … ] syntax. It'll take an unlimited number of arguments (as long as it's an ...
Hash Tips and Tricks - Ruby - About.com
Hashes aren't just data structures, they have a few tricks up their sleeves. And
while you may never end up using any of these tricks, they really show off how ...
Hash Literals - Ruby - About.com
This is by far the most common way to put data into a Hash. This is best suited for
small hashes, one-off parameters to methods, or struct-like objects. The most ...
Hash Quick Reference - Ruby - About.com
Hashes are one of the most used classes in Ruby. However, with each release
the list of methods just keeps growing and growing. This article cuts through all ...