Ger Crowley Ger Crowley - 2 months ago 10
Ruby Question

how do you say not equal to in ruby?

This is a much simpler example to what I'm trying to do in my program but is the similar idea. In an if statement how do I say say not equal to?

Is != correct?

def test
vara = 1
varb = 2
if vara == 1 && varb != 3
puts "correct"
else
puts "false"
end
end

Answer

Yes. In Ruby the not equal to operator is:

!=

You can get a full list of ruby operators here: http://www.tutorialspoint.com/ruby/ruby_operators.htm.

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