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p>Command Line Applications may not be as common as they once were, but programmers use them just about every day. Even if you're new to ruby you've probably used IRB and maybe some git (and if you haven't yet, you will!) "Options", "option flags" or just "flags" make interacting with these utilities faster, easier and more powerful, and Ruby is in on the fun. When most people think of ruby they think of web apps and scripts. It's true that ...
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