Ruby Array Exercises: Sort a given array of strings by length
Ruby Array: Exercise-48 with Solution
Write a Ruby program to sort a given array of strings by length.
Write a Ruby program to iterate over the first n elements of a given array.
arra1 = ['abcde', 'abdf', 'adeab', 'abdgeee', 'bdefa', 'abc', 'ab', 'a', 'bacdef'] print "Original array:\n" print arra1 print "\nSorted array of strings by length\n" arra1 = arra1.sort_by(&:length) print arra1
Original array: ["abcde", "abdf", "adeab", "abdgeee", "bdefa", "abc", "ab", "a", "bacdef"] Sorted array of strings by length ["a", "ab", "abc", "abdf", "abcde", "adeab", "bdefa", "bacdef", "abdgeee"]
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