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  • Ruby - For and Each Looping Statements 

    Nair, Anjana (Spoken Tutorial IIT Bombay, 2013-01-23)
    Outline: * for & each loops in Ruby; * Meaning of the term “loop”; * Different kinds of loop; * Syntax of “for” loop; * Example implementation of “for” loop; * Syntax of “each” loop; * Example implementation ...

  • Ruby - Hello Ruby 

    Pinjari, Afrin; IIT Bombay (Spoken Tutorial IIT Bombay, 2012-09-27)
    Ruby an absolutely pure object-oriented scripting language and a genuine attempt to combine the best of everything in the scripting world. Outline: 1.1 Introduction to Ruby: What is Ruby? Features; ...

  • Ruby - Logical and Other Operators 

    Spoken Tutorial Team, IIT Bombay; Shalini Nair, SNDT (Spoken Tutorial IIT Bombay, 2013-04-22)
    Outline: Logical operator: And &&; Or ||; Not !; Parallel assignment; Range operator; Inclusive Operator(..); Exclusive operator (...). Pre-requisite: Ruby - Arithmetic and Relational Operators

  • Ruby - Object Oriented Concept in Ruby 

    Nair, Anjana (Spoken Tutorial IIT Bombay, 2013-12-30)
    Outline: * Object Oriented Concept in Ruby; * Classes in Ruby; * How to create objects ; * Different ways of defining methods in Ruby; * Using ? and = to define meaningful methods; * Example implementation of ...

  • Ruby - Object Oriented Programming Methods 

    Nair, Anjana (Spoken Tutorial IIT Bombay, 2014-08-14)
    Outline: * Methods in Ruby; * What are: * instance methods; * class methods; * accessor methods; * Example implementation of each of the above; * Difference between them. Pre-requisite: Ruby - Object ...

  • Ruby - Ruby Methods 

    Pinjari, Afrin; IIT Bombay (Spoken Tutorial IIT Bombay, 2012-12-03)
    Outline: 3.1 What is method: Working with methods; Declaring and Calling a method. 3.2 Passing arguments to a method: Explaining the arguments and syntax with example. 3.3 Passing value ...

  • Ruby - Variables in Ruby 

    Pinjari, Afrin; IIT Bombay (Spoken Tutorial IIT Bombay, 2012-11-20)
    Outline: 2.1 Introduction: -Ruby and variable Dynamic typing; -Declaring a variable; -Changing variable type; -Converting the var value i.e to float, string, binary etc. 2.2 Scope of ...

  • Ruby - While and Until Looping Statements 

    Nair, Anjana (Spoken Tutorial IIT Bombay, 2013-05-30)
    Outline: * while & until loops in Ruby; * Usage of while loop with an example; * Usage of until loop with an example; * Usage of redo construct with an example; * Usage of break with an example. ...

  • Rules, rights and justice: an introduction to law 

    Not available (The Open University (OUUK), 2014-06)
    Are prisons effective and does trial by jury still work? How should the law deal with companies that cause fatal accidents? And what extra rights should children conceived using donor sperm have?

  • Rundblick: Beginners' German 

    Not available (The Open University (OUUK), 2011)
    This introductory unit will help you to learn the basics of the German language by taking a journey through German-speaking countries. You will read and hear about a range of places and people, and be given the opportunity ...

  • Rural and Urban Sociology 

    Chakrabarti, A. (Anindita) (National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning (NPTEL), 2014-02)
    Modules / Lectures : From rural to urban ; Origin of city in history ; Theories of Urban Sociology ; Technology and Social Spaces ; Poetics and Politics of Urban Spaces ; Urban Planning and Design ;

  • Rural Entrepreneurship in Scotland 

    not available (The Open University (OUUK), 2016-02)
    This free course, Rural entrepreneurship in Scotland, is an introduction to rural enterprise in Scotland. It is principally designed for those developing their own enterprises and also as a resource for people supporting ...

  • Rural Entrepreneurship in Wales 

    not available (The Open University (OUUK), 2016-03)
    What are the important issues to consider when starting up or running a small business in a rural environment? This free course, Rural entrepreneurship in Wales, will introduce you to some concepts and models that will ...

  • Rural Settlement and Urban Settlement: Grade 12 

    Not available (Mindset Learn, 2014)
    This collection of videos is aimed at a grade 12 audience and focuses on issues related to both rural and urban settlements. Video topics include sustainability, processes and spatial patterns, and more. PDF containing ...

  • Rural technology, module 1: Our health 

    Not available (National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS), 2015-01)
    A portion of the Rural Technology program that covers the following topics: human body, health and hygiene, nutrition, diseases, and yoga and exercises.

  • Rural technology, module 2: Agriculture and animal husbandry 

    Not available (National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS), 2015-01)
    A portion of the Rural Technology program that covers the following topics: study of soil and climate, plant nutrients, manures and fertilizers, study of field crops, study of horticulture crops, study of different diseases ...

  • Rural technology, module 3: Rural engineering (material, mechanics, drawing & costing) 

    Not available (National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS), 2015-01)
    A portion of the Rural Technology program that includes the following topics: measurement, basic engineering concepts, machines, material, manufacturing process, construction, mass and energy, quality and aesthetics, ...

  • Rural technology, module 4: Our home environment (home environment basics of electricity) 

    Not available (National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS), 2015-01)
    A portion of the Rural Technology program that covers the following topics: plane table survey and maps, leveling, bio gas, solar energy, ground water resources, food preservation, environment, knitting, housing, electric ...

  • Rutherford scattering 

    Not available (National Council Of Educational Research And Training (NCERT), 2014-04)
    Using this simulation, you can explore how did Rutherford figure out the structure of the atom without being able to see it. Simulate the famous experiment in which he disproved the Plum Pudding model of the atom by observing ...

  • Rutherford, Marsden and Geigers experiment 

    Not available (University of Cambridge, 2014-05)
    The lesson model is that of active note-making. Students must not take notes from the board but instead must use their creativity to develop their own notes. They are encouraged to use colour, image, symbols, humour and ...