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InfoQ is proud to present a comprehensive discussion of Ruby's various eval methods. This exclusive article is full of rich code examples, written by Domain-Specific Languages master Jay Fields, who after coining the term Business Natural Langages last year, has gone ahead to widespread recognition for his pioneering work in enterprise usage of Ruby and Rails.

In the article, Jay teaches you the capabilities and differences between class_eval, instance_eval and plain eval. His explanation provides insight into how the evaluation methods of Ruby provide very good options for creating concise, readable code.

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    by haoxiang zhang /

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    Select[:column1, :column2].from[:table1, :table2].where do
    equal table1.id, table2.table1_id
    end

    it is should be use {} instend of do ... end

    because of do...end will be send to Select method , not where.

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    sorry, it is my fault.

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