Ruby | Float class > value

Float#>() : >() is a Float class method in Ruby compares two Float values.

Syntax:  Float.>()

Parameter:  Float values

Return:  true - if a > b; otherwise false

Code #1 : Example for >() method

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# Ruby code for Float.>() method
  
# declaring float value
a = -100.7 - 10.4
  
# declaring float value
b = -100 * 2000.0
  
# declaring float value
c = -(22 + 7.1) * 4
  
  
# COMPARING TWO FLOAT VALUES
puts "Float a > b : #{a>b}\n\n"
  
# b
puts "Float b > c : #{b>c}\n\n"
  
# c
puts "Float a > c : #{c>a}\n\n"

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Output :



Float a > b : true

Float b > c : false

Float a > c : false

Code #2 : Example for >() method

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# Ruby code for Float.>() method
  
# declaring float value
a = -56.23333333
  
# declaring float value
b = 10000.0
  
# declaring float value
c = -(22 + 7.1)
  
  
# COMPARING TWO FLOAT VALUES
puts "Float a > b : #{a>b}\n\n"
  
# b
puts "Float b > c : #{b>c}\n\n"
  
# c
puts "Float a > c : #{c>a}\n\n"

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Output :

Float a > b : false

Float b > c : true

Float a > c : true


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