Explain in detail about the ruby arrays, Data Structure & Algorithms

Explain in detail about the Ruby arrays

Ruby arrays have many interesting and powerful methods. Besides indexing operations which go well beyond those discussed above, arrays have operations based on set operations (membership, union, intersection, and relative complement), string operations (searching, concatenation, and replacement), stack operations (pop and push), and queue operations (shift and append), as well as more traditional array-based operations (sorting, removing duplicates, reversing, and so forth). Arrays are also tightly bound up with Ruby's iteration mechanism.

 

 

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