I've never seen that require in any gems on the webThat's because most of the time when you require something, it is a gem,
and gems are installed in specific directories that ruby searches when
you require something. You can see a list of the directories ruby
searches when you require something by doing this:
If one of those directories isn't your current directory, and you want
to require a file in your current directory, then your require has to
specify the path(absolute or relative) to the file.
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