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Ruby » Language Basics » Comparison Operators 




Equality, Less Than, or Greater Than


# Test two numbers for equality with ==, eql?, or <=>

puts 12 == 24/2
puts 24.eql?(12*2)
puts 12 == 14
puts 12 <=> 12
puts 12 <=> 10
puts 12 <=> 14

 














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