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Ruby | String === Method
  • Last Updated : 07 Jan, 2020

===() is a String class method in Ruby which is used to check whether str==obj or not. This method is similar to == method of string class.

Syntax: str === obj

Parameters: Here, str is the given string and obj is the object to be compared.

Returns: True or False based on the equality of the two strings.

Example 1:






#ruby 2.3.1 
     
# Ruby program to demonstrate
# the === method
     
# Taking a string and
# using the method
puts "Ruby" === "Ruby"
puts "Hello" === "Hell"

Output:

true
false

Example 2:




#ruby 2.3.1 
     
# Ruby program to demonstrate
# the === method
     
# Taking a string and
# using the method
puts "ayucdef" === "ayucdefg"
puts "Ruby" === 77

Output:

false
false

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