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Table of contents
1.
Introduction
2.
Boolean Operators in Ruby
2.1.
&& Operator
2.2.
|| Operator
2.3.
! Operator
3.
Example 1
3.1.
Output
4.
Example 2 
4.1.
Output
5.
Frequently Asked Questions
5.1.
What does Ruby's |= stand for?
5.2.
In Ruby, what is a lambda?
5.3.
What does || mean in Ruby?
5.4.
In Ruby, what is yield?
6.
Conclusion
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Boolean Operators in Ruby.

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Introduction

Ruby is an excellent language for making desktop programs, static webpages, data processing services, and even automation solutions. Web servers, DevOps, and web scraping and crawling are all examples of where it's employed. When you bring in the Rails application framework's features, you can accomplish even more, especially with database-driven web apps.

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In this article, we will discuss some Assignment on Boolean Operators in Ruby to enable you to go to higher levels of expertise. Before studying this article, you need to have a basic understanding of computer programming terms and ruby. If this isn't the case, come back here after reading our Ruby article.

Now, let's discuss the types of Boolean operators in ruby.

Boolean Operators in Ruby

boolean operators

Logical expressions, like comparison expressions, return a true (1) or false (0) value when processed. Boolean operators in ruby combine two comparisons and return the true (1) or false (0) value depending on the results of the comparisons. We have the following types of Boolean operators in ruby:

&& Operator

AND operator

If both left and right operands or expressions are true, it will return true. Otherwise, it will return false.

 

|| Operator

This is the another type of Boolean operator in ruby, which is called OR.

If any of the operands or expressions is true, then it will return 1 and if all of them are false, it will return 0.

 

Or operator

 

! Operator

Boolean NOT operator is used to inverse the current decision. Say, if the current state is true, Boolean NOT (!) operator will make it false.

Working of NOT operator
 

There are two variations of each of these three operators:

and and &&

or and ||

not and !

Now, let's talk about the "operator precedence". It is what distinguishes the operators from one another.

You know from arithmetic that the result of 1 + 2 * 3 is 7, not 9. This is so that the addition operator + can be used after the stronger-binding multiplication (*) operator. In other words, 1 + 2 * 3 is equivalent to 1 + (2 * 3), not 1 + 2 * 3.

The Ruby operators &&, ||, and ! bind stronger than their counterparts and therefore they come before and, or, and not. 

Let us see some examples of Boolean operators in ruby.

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Example 1

# Variables
a = 10
b = 20
c = 30

# using && operator
if a == 10 && b == 20 && c == 30
puts "Boolean AND Operator"
puts result = a * b * c
end

# using || operator
puts "Boolean OR operator"
if a == 10 || b == 20
puts result = a + b + c
end

# using ! operator
puts "Boolean Not Operator"
puts !(true)

Output

Boolean AND Operator
6000
Boolean OR operator
60
Boolean Not Operator
false

Example 2 

puts ("logical operators in Ruby")
ruby = "x"
programming = "y" 
      if ruby == "foo" && programming == "bar"
        puts "&&"
      end
      
      if ruby == "foo" and programming == "bar"
        puts "&& and"
      end
      
      p, q, r, s = 1, 2 ,3 , 4
      if p == 1 && q == 2 && r == 3 && s == 4
        puts sum = p + q + r + s
      end
      
      programming = "ruby"
      
      if ruby == "foo" || programming == "bar"
        puts "||"
      end
      
      if ruby == "foo" or programming == "bar"
        puts "|| or"
      end
      
      ruby = "awesome"
      if ruby == "foo" or programming == "bar"
        puts "|| or"
      else
       puts "nothing!"
      end
      
      if not (ruby == "foo" || programming == "bar")
       puts "sorry!"
      end
      
      if !(ruby == "foo" or programming == "bar")
       puts "nope!"
      end

Output

logical operators in Ruby
10
nothing!
sorry!
nope!

 

We have discussed &&, || , !, Boolean operators in ruby. Now, let's see some FAQS related to them.

Frequently Asked Questions

What does Ruby's |= stand for?

It's short for or-equals-to. It first checks whether the value on the left is defined, after which it uses it. If it isn't, use the right-hand value.

In Ruby, what is a lambda?

A lambda is a Ruby object that is comparable to a proc. A lambda, unlike a proc, requires a fixed number of arguments to be supplied to it, and instead of returning immediately, it returns to its calling procedure.

What does || mean in Ruby?

A conditional assignment operator is denoted by the symbol ||=. It functions similarly to =, with the exception that it does nothing if a variable has already been assigned.

In Ruby, what is yield?

Yield is a Ruby keyword that allows a developer to give an argument to a block. The amount of arguments that can be passed to the block is unlimited.

Conclusion

In this article, we have discussed Boolean Operators in Ruby. We looked in-depth using examples.

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