Ruby arrays are integer–indexed arrays starting at position 0, rather like Java or C. Negative values can be used to retrieve values from the array from the end, so −1 would show the last element of an array, and −2 would show the second from last element.
Preceding Method Index Position Final Array Array Method Array Length
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