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Ruby Ruby Basics (Retired) Ruby Numbers Different Kinds of Numbers

Ralph Otowo
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Ralph Otowo
Python Development Techdegree Student 2,311 Points

Log irb output to file?

I'm taking the Ruby Basics courses and getting familiar with irb. Instead of using workspaces, I compiled and installed ruby locally on my Linux computer. I would like to log the Input/Output of my irb sessions to a file so I can review them later and master what I've learnt. Is this possible?

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Charlie Jaime
Charlie Jaime
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Well I haven't done this myself but I've read it can be done. when your ready to start recording your log use: script screen.log when your done recording use: exit your screen logs will be saved in your home folder.

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