415 results found for ruby $$
What is the meaning of $$ in Ruby? What is the meaning of $$ in Ruby? irb(main):002:0> $$ => 5052 What is the meaning of $$ in Ruby and How/Where to
http://stackoverflow.com/question...008/what-is-the-meaning-of-in-ruby
process It's the process ID of the Ruby interpreter running the script you're in. For example: [/tmp] ? irb ruby> $$ => 16045 # We're in process id 16045.
http://stackoverflow.com/question...2/what-does-the-token-mean-in-ruby
already] Was detaching $$ right? I don't know why this works, and I'd really love to have a better grasp of the situation. Tags: ruby unix processes fork
http://stackoverflow.com/question...ow-to-fire-and-forget-a-subprocess
ruby base64 decode Please give us an example. The dollar sign is not part of the Base64 specification. Simply strip the leading $$ before unpacking:
http://stackoverflow.com/question...e64-with-dollar-sign-in-ruby-1-8-5
In the C source code of Ruby, where is the Ruby operator `=` defined? In the C source code of Ruby, where is the Ruby operator `=` defined? I'd like
http://stackoverflow.com/question...where-is-the-ruby-operator-defined
Monitor ruby processes with Monit Monitor ruby processes with Monit I have a bunch of Ruby scripts which are long running, I'd like to ensure that
http://stackoverflow.com/question.../monitor-ruby-processes-with-monit
in windows as the exe can be ommitted Linux-based systems are OK with `whereis ruby`.split(" ")[1] It will call whereis ruby and parse its' output for
http://stackoverflow.com/question...uivalent-of-pythons-sys-executable
$$("#notice").each(function(value, index) { value.hide(); }); Element.update("cart", "Your Cart\n\n \n 3×\n Programming Ruby 1.9\n $148.50\n\n\n\n \n Total\n $148.50\n
http://stackoverflow.com/question...-a-rails-application-to-use-jquery
this.value=this.defaultValue;this.style.color = '#aaaaaa'"%> <%= f.text_field :email_confirmation %> Tags: ruby-on-rails It looks like you're using Prototype from your $$ action there. You
http://stackoverflow.com/question...y-flashnotice-not-working-properly
Are there any Ruby language features you avoid? Are there any Ruby language features you avoid? It seems to me like Ruby has a lot of syntactic
http://stackoverflow.com/question...y-ruby-language-features-you-avoid