Interactive Ruby Interpreter

Why the Lucky Stiff (author of Why's Poignant Guide to Ruby) has written a slick web frontend to the IRB Ruby shell, allowing anyone to try out the Ruby language from their browser. There's also a handy tutorial available.

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