Ruby is an elegant language, it's syntactic sugar is one of the most pleasing to the programmer's eyes, and makes it very easy to go over code and understand it's function in a glimpse.
Below is a prime example of that syntactic sugar, this is array sum done in an elegant way:
> [1, 2, 10].inject(:+) => 13 > ['A', 'B', 'B', 'A'].inject(:+) => "ABBA"
You can use reduce instead of inject if you prefer, and you can use any binary operator in the same way:
> [2, 2, 10].reduce(:*) => 40 # Remove floating point if you want integer division > [2.0, 2.0, 10.0].inject(:/) => 0.1