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Ruby String Interpolation

Posted in Ruby by Kaleem Ullah on January 10, 2011

The string interpolation in ruby is defined as ‘evaluation of any expression(and conversion to a string) in another string’. Like

str = "String";

"This is #{str} interpolation" => This is String interpolation

As you noted above, # and {} needs to evaluate expression in a string.

Only in double quotes string literals  an expression can be evaluated.

If there is any global, instance or any class variable, then there is no need of curly braces {}.

For Example

@hrs = 24

"There are #@hrs hours in a day."   => There are 24 hours in a day.



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