Ruby offers a number of comparison operators for comparing items. If both objects may be deemed the same, the operation == returns true. Because the numbers on both sides indicate the same value, 1 == 1 * 1 will return true.
Comparison operators are used to compare two values.
Comparison operators include the following:
Greater than (>)
Less than (<)
Equal to (=)
Not equal to (!=)
Comparison operators are used to compare two values. The following comparison operators are available in Ruby:
- ==, ===, !=, !==, > and >=.
Comparison operators are used in the following ways:
To compare two integers
To compare two strings
To compare an object with a string
To compare an object with another object
The comparison operators in Ruby can be used for the following purposes: