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This gem is for printing hyperlinks in supported terminal emulators. It is a simple wrapper that abstracts the ANSI characters usually required to achieve this, which are annoying to type out. Check out the gist that inspired this gem at: https://gist.github.com/egmontkob/eb114294efbcd5adb1944c9f3cb5feda
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To get started check out the API Overview. Below is the documentation for each type of API call you can make. https://coinbase.com/api/doc
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"Pokemoves allows you to easily check which moves pokemon can learn, as well as which pokemon can learn a specific move. You can also check a move's given type."
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FlexCoerce - is a gem which allow you create operator-dependent coercion logic. It's useful when your type should be treated in a different way for different binary operations (including arithmetic operators, bitwise operators and comparison operators except equality checks: `==`, `===`).
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Typedeaf is a gem to help add some type-checking to method declarations in Ruby
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This gem with asks user input for there state name, then will prompt the use to type there city they would like to check the daily weather of."
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Flags is a framework for Ruby which allows the definition of command-line flags, which are parsed in and can be accessed smartly from within your Ruby code. This framework allows for numerous different flag types, and takes care of the process of type conversion and flag validation (type and value checking).
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Methods for defining type-checked arrays and attributes
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Contains validators for date and time values, type checking.
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This gem with asks user input for there state name, then will prompt the use to type there city they would like to check the daily weather of.
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Allows checking of reply content type with request accept types. Also allows contracting of downstream apps to supplying a single type.
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Provides several utilities for run-time type-checking with Ruby
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# EventReporter EventReporter is a CSV parser and sorter. you can load a CSV and then search it. ## Installation $ gem install the_only_event_reporter_ever $ gem list event_reporter -d ## Usage After installation run: $ event_reporter Then Type 'load <filename>' to load records from a CSV $ Load event_attendees.csv Try these commands $ Find first_name sarah $Queue Print $Queue Save to <filename> ### Saving the queue accepts extensions JSON, XML, TXT, CSV. ## Contributing 1. Fork it 2. Create your feature branch (`git checkout -b my-new-feature`) 3. Commit your changes (`git commit -am 'Add some feature'`) 4. Push to the branch (`git push origin my-new-feature`) 5. Create new Pull Request
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Objective-C style named parameters and type checking for Ruby.
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Gem helps to do next things with your objects - check the type, make a conversions and work with hashes
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