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Ruby include? array method

In ruby programming language include? method, are used to check particular object in array. Such as object is present in array or not. Syntax of this method as follows.

Syntax Array.include?()
Parameter Object
Return (true,false)

Ruby include? method example

This method are compared inner element of array to given objects. When object is same type and its value are similar then this returns a true value otherwise return false. Let see an example.

# Example Array.include?

# Test array
record = [1,"code",2,[10,20],6,4,15]

# Test include
a = record.include?(6)
b = record.include?(7)
c = record.include?([10,20])

# Display array
print(" record ",record)

# Display result
print("\n is include? 6 : ", a)
print("\n is include? 7 : ", b)
print("\n is include? [10,20] : ", c)
Ruby include method example
 record [1, "code", 2, [10, 20], 6, 4, 15]
 is include? 6 : true
 is include? 7 : false
 is include? [10,20] : true


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