Chapter 10. Object-Oriented .NET in IronRuby

.NET languages are designed from the beginning to be fully object-oriented, as is Ruby.

They support inheritance, method overriding, access control, and more. As a part of its interoperability with the CLR, IronRuby allows Ruby code to act similarly to .NET code and implement object-oriented concepts with .NET objects, the Ruby way.

In this chapter, you learn how to inherit from .NET classes and interfaces, use Ruby object-oriented concepts with CLR types, and become familiar with the rough ...

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