Is Ruby 3.4 Released?
There is no clear information about release of Ruby 3.4
Meet Ruby 3.4
- Introduce Fiber.
- Introduce IO#timeout
- Stdlib updates
- Constant lookup when defining a class/module
- Removed constants: Fixnum, Bignum, Random::DEFAULT, Struct::Group, Struct::Passwd
VersionYou can check the version of Ruby you are using by running the following command in your terminal:
ruby -vThis will output the version of Ruby you are using.
About RubyRuby is a dynamically typed programming language, that uses garbage collection and just-in-time compilation.
Ruby is a relatively new language, released for the first time in 1995, where it was created by a single man Yukihiro Matsumoto, after no less than 2 years of developing it. Ruby is a multi-paradigm language, but the main focus is object-oriented programming, where even the classes (bool, str, etc.) are objects in their own right. Nevertheless, Ruby also allows very useful, functional programming characteristics, which makes it flexible for users of different backgrounds to develop and do their work in this particular language. Learning more about Ruby will help us understand its popularity, which is not as enormous and widespread as Python, but it is still something that many programmers recur to when finding languages to develop their ideas in.