Ruby | Vector == method

The == is an inbuilt method in Ruby returns true if the two vectors have the same elements in the same order otherwise false

Syntax: vec1 == vec2



Parameters: The function does not accepts any parameter.

Return Value: It returns true if the two vectors have the same elements in the same order otherwise false.

Example 1:

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#Ruby program for == method in Vector
  
#Include matrix
require "matrix"
  
#Initialize the vectors
    vec1
    = Vector[1, 2] vec2 = Vector[1, 2]
  
#prints the new vector
                          puts vec1
                          == vec2

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Output:

true

Example 2:

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#Ruby program for == method in Vector
  
#Include matrix
require "matrix"
  
#Initialize the vectors
    vec1
    = [ 1, 2 ] vec2 = [ 2, 1 ]
  
#prints the new vector
                      puts vec1
                      == vec2

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Output:

false


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