Elections, in Ruby


Updated with second round script in Oct 26, 2014.

Well, last sunday (Oct 5) was the brazilian elections. I was doing nothing, so I decided to write a simple ruby script to parse the results and show the top 3 candidates.

Besides the reverse clean-code done by the TSE (Superior Electoral Court), it was pretty easy:

Maybe the only interesting thing here is the metaprogramming in the String class.

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