Use square brackets () to build an array in a Ruby program, and commas to separate the values you want to store. The percent w technique, on the other hand, allows you to bypass the quotations and commas.
Calling the::new method with zero, one, or more than one arguments creates a Ruby array. arrayName = Array. new is the syntax.
Making use of the literal constructor. The literal constructor  can be used to generate a new array. Take a look at the list below:
The use of a new keyword. The new function can also be used to build an array using arguments.
Making use of a block. Arrays can also be constructed by using new and a block.
Objects are listed, separated by commas, and enclosed in square brackets to form an array. This produces a 5-element Array, or a bag containing 5 items: a string, a number, true, a symbol, and another number. Arrays can hold any type of object.
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