Ruby Array Exercises: Compute the sum of two arrays and return the array which has the largest sum
Ruby Array: Exercise-21 with Solution
Write a Ruby program to compute the sum of two arrays (length 3) and return the array which has the largest sum.
def check_array(a, b) sum = (a+a+a)-(b+b+b) if(sum >= 0) return a end return b end print check_array([1, 3, 5], [2, 4, 4]),"\n" print check_array([11, 3, 5], [21, 0, -4]),"\n"
[2, 4, 4] [11, 3, 5]
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