Ruby Array Exercises: Check whether a given value appears everywhere in a given array
Ruby Array: Exercise-37 with Solution
Write a Ruby program to check whether a given value appears everywhere in an given array. A value is "everywhere" in an array if it presents for every pair of adjacent elements in the array.
def check_array(nums) i = 0; val = 3 while i < nums.length if(nums[i] != val && nums[i+1] != val) return false end i = i + 1 end return true end print check_array([3, 7, 3, 3]),"\n" print check_array([2, 8, 2, 9]),"\n" print check_array([3, 8, 5, 4, 3, 7]),"\n"
true false false
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