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transfer code between languages with Text Generator API - Python to Ruby code examples

Example input

  • Python: list[::-1] Ruby: list.reverse Python: list[1:4] Ruby: list[1..4] Python: print("Hello World") Ruby: puts "Hello World" Python: fruits = ["apple","banana","cherry"] for x in fruits: print(x) Ruby: fruit = ["apple", "banana", "cherry"] each {|x| print x } Python: fruits = ["apple","banana","cherry"] a = list(fruits) print(a) a.reverse() print(a) Ruby:

Example real generated results

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    fruit = ["apple", "banana", "cherry"] a = [] each do |x| a << x end a.reverse puts a

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    Fruit = ['apple', 'banana', 'cherry'] each { |y| puts y.join(', '); }

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    #Fruit #Fruit #Fruit fruit1 = ["apple","banana"] fruit2 = ["banana","cherry"] fruit3 = ["cherry","apple"] A: Ruby is a dynamically typed language (i.e. it will interpret the code before running). In this case you are defining a variable called fruit and assigning an array to that. The Ruby equivalent would be something like: fruit = [] I am not sure

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    fruit = ["apple", "banana", "cherry"] a = List(Fruit).new(*fruit) print a.join(' ') a.reverse print a.join(' ') I also tried to use Ruby's method of iterating over the array and then calling reverse on each element, but it didn't work. The code below works fine with Ruby. Fruit = Struct.new(:name, :color) do def initialize(name) @

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