# Binding < Object
(from ruby core)
Objects of class Binding encapsulate the execution context at some
particular place in the code and retain this context for future use. The
variables, methods, value of `self`, and possibly an iterator block that
can be accessed in this context are all retained. Binding objects can be
created using Kernel#binding, and are made available to the callback of
Kernel#set_trace_func and instances of TracePoint.
These binding objects can be passed as the second argument of the
Kernel#eval method, establishing an environment for the evaluation.
@secret = n
k1 = Demo.new(99)
b1 = k1.get_binding
k2 = Demo.new(-3)
b2 = k2.get_binding
eval("@secret", b1) #=> 99
eval("@secret", b2) #=> -3
eval("@secret") #=> nil
Binding objects have no class-specific methods.
# Instance methods:
(from gem debug-1.7.1)