Today I Learned

Some of the things I've learned every day since Oct 10, 2016

119: and, or vs &&, || (Ruby)

In the Ruby programming language, the logical operators && and || have the slight variations \texttt{and} and \texttt{or}. These plain-English operators do not behave exactly the same as their counterparts — the difference lying in their priority. While && and || have higher evaluation priority than the assignment operator \texttt{=}\texttt{and} and \texttt{or} actually have lower priority. This difference makes them useful as control-flow operators, akin to \texttt{if} or \texttt{unless}.


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