Ruby | Range hash() function

The hash() is an inbuilt method in Ruby returns a hash-code for the given range. The hash-value will vary for every execution.

Syntax: range1.hash()

Parameters: The function accepts no parameter.



Return Value: It returns a hash-code for the given range.

Example 1:

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# Ruby program for hash() 
# method in Range 
  
# Initialize range 
range1 = (0..10)
  
# Prints hash value
puts range1.hash()

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Output:

2205001427131717671

Example 2:

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# Ruby program for hash() 
# method in Range 
  
# Initialize range 
range1 = (3..6)
  
# Prints hash value
puts range1.hash()

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Output:

-377246730583736123


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