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Ruby comments are lines in a program that are not executable. Because the interpreter ignores these lines, they are not executed during program execution. They are created by programmers to explain their code so that others who examine it can better understand it.

The # character starts a Ruby single-line comment, which ends at the end of the line. The Ruby interpreter ignores any characters between the # character and the end of the line.

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