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5. gets and try the script that way. Think of why one way of getting the filename would be better than another. 6. Run ri File and scroll down until you see the read() command (method/function). See all the other ones you can use? Try some of the other commands. 7. open from the prompt. Notice how you can open files and run read on them right there? 8. Have your script also do a close() on the txt and txt_again variables. It’s important to close files when you are done with them. 42 Exercise 15: Reading Files Exercise 16: Reading And Writing Files If you did the extra credit from the last exercise you should have seen all sorts of commands (methods/functions) you can give to files.

Rb Let's do some math with just functions! ADDING 30 + 5 SUBTRACTING 78 - 4 MULTIPLYING 90 * 2 DIVIDING 100 / 2 Age: 35, Height: 74, Weight: 180, IQ: 50 Here is a puzzle. DIVIDING 50 / 2 MULTIPLYING 180 * 25 SUBTRACTING 74 - 4500 ADDING 35 + -4426 That becomes: -4391 Can you do it by hand? $ Extra Credit 1. If you aren’t really sure what return values are, try writing a few of your own functions and have them return some values. You can return anything that you can put to the right of an =. 2. At the end of the script is a puzzle.

3. Search online for all of the Ruby format sequences. 4. Try to write some variables that convert the inches and pounds to centimeters and kilos. Do not just type in the measurements. Work out the math in Ruby. 22 Exercise 5: More Variables And Printing Exercise 6: Strings And Text While you have already been writing strings, you still do not know what they do. In this exercise we create a bunch of variables with complex strings so you can see what they are for. First an explanation of strings.

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