So I was messing with the comparable module and the <=> method. I implemented as I would in Java. Then I played with sort_by and thought that was awesome. Which led me to writing my own method that would allow me to pass in a collection and attributes to be sorted by. The objects in the collection would have to implement my Sortable module. This was more for academic fun and try to keep my mind sharp. If anyone sees a cooler way to do it then please post it here.
There are two ways to communicate what your code does: the code itself and using comments. Self Documenting Code Source code should be understandable not because it has comments but because of its elegance and clarity – correct use of variable names, good use of whitespace, good separation of logic, and concise readability. Code will be read hundreds of times and written only a few times. So invest quality time into spelling out names such as fn into firstname . Fight the urge to use cryptic variable names. Code Comments Code should have comments however an abundance of comments can be just as bad as too few. Comments should explain why something is done. The code itself already shows what it is done. So commenting on what is done is redundant. Do not use commenting as a substitute for good code. Another way to say that is that if you need to comment code due to its unclarity then maybe you need to rewrite the code to be more clear and remove the comment. I found this article