Ruby | Numeric finite?() function

The finite?() is an inbuilt method in Ruby returns a boolean value. It returns true if the number is a finite one, else it returns false.

Syntax: num.finite?()

Parameters: The function needs a number which is to be checked for.



Return Value: It returns returns a boolean value.

Example 1:

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# Ruby program for finite?()
# method in Matrix
  
# Initialize a number 
num1 = 15
  
# Prints finite or not 
puts num1.finite?()

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Output:

true

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# Ruby program for finite?()
# method in Matrix
  
# Initialize a number 
num1 = 1/0.0
  
# Prints finite or not 
puts num1.finite?()

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Output:

false


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