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[15:05:56] pwillard: _sfiguser: Take a look at AsciiDoctor-pdf for an example of really cool "current" stuff being done with ruby. I use it to write all my documentation now.

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[14:38:24] pwillard: I get this error, and I don't recall changing anything. "C:/Ruby23-x64/lib/ruby/gems/2.3.0/gems/activesupport-4.0.3/lib/active_support/values/time_zone.rb:282: warning: circular argument reference - now"
[14:38:56] pwillard: (well, ok "warning")
[14:42:41] pwillard: I didn't think I did... changing ruby version is non-trivial, right?
[14:43:49] pwillard: I've just never seen that warning before
[14:44:14] pwillard: gem install activesupport
[14:47:26] pwillard: Ok. Updating activesupport from 4.0.3 to 5.1.4 made warning go away

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[18:29:00] pwillard: New to ruby. What does the "!" mean in this context? --> user_input.downcase!
[18:31:19] pwillard: Ah. ok. that was the answer I was trying to find. quite the noob at this stage but I really like it so far
[18:32:42] pwillard: I'm doing the CodeAcademy online thing as an introduction and they started using the ! without explanation.
[18:33:52] pwillard: I'm not sure I'm headed in the rails direction... though I like the CLI aspect of ruby so far...
[18:35:13] pwillard: wow... liking this even more now
[18:39:16] pwillard: sounds like a good plan to me
[18:42:06] pwillard: So in a nutshell --> user_input.downcase! is saying modify variable user_input "in place".