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Ruby | Numeric method

  • Last Updated : 19 Jan, 2021
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The <=> is an inbuilt method in Ruby, which returns 0 if both the numbers are equal, else it returns 1. 

Syntax: a <=> b 

Parameters: The function needs two number whose comparison is to be done.

Return Value: It returns 0 if both the numbers are same, else it returns 1.

Example 1:  



Ruby




# Ruby program for <=> method in Numeric
 
# Initialize two numbers
a = 19
b = 4
 
# Prints 0 if equal else 1
puts  a<=>b

Output

1

Example 2

Ruby




# Ruby program for <=> method in Numeric
 
# Initialize two numbers
a = 13
b = 13
 
# Prints 0 if equal else 1
puts  a <=> b

Output

0

 

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