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Up the Ancestor Chain with method_missing

Clutch your carry-on luggage, because today we’ll travel all the way up the ancestor chain. We’ll follow a method call and see how it goes up the chain as well as find out what happens if the method is missing. And because we love to play with fire, we won’t stop there but continue on to playing with fire overriding the BasicObject#method_missing. If you pay attention, we might also use it in a practical example. No guarantees though.

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