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Episode #189 - July 12, 2011

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Ruby schedules announced, so lets Pinch, Stamp, Simply bring the Law to Google Spreadsheets. Don't forget to Record your Favorites. It's Ruby5.

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Loving strftime with Stamp Jump to Story

Probably strftime is the single most looked-up method in Ruby. There have been attempts to make it easier to build out the format string, but it's still a pain. So, Jeremy Weiskotten released Stamp, which goes the other direction. You give Stamp the format of the string you'd like to receive, and it gives you the formatted time, automagically.

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