Matching key,values of Hash of Hash in script with key,values of Array of Hash got from the page is

I wrote a Ruby script to check if the layer found in DOM in Firebug for
the page is matching with the hash values declared in my
script. Below is the Ruby script I have written:


    'one' => {
              'event'     => 'gtm.js',
              'gtm.start' => 1468393184212,
    'two' => {
              'event'     => 'gtm.start',
              'gtm.start' => 1468332746325,
    'three' => {
              'event'     => 'gtm.load',
              'gtm.load'  => 1468483543548,

def read_data_layer(browser)
    data_layer = browser.execute_script("return dataLayer")

    return data_layer

def compare_jira_data_layer(browser)
    result = []

    compare_data_layer = read_data_layer(browser)

    compare_data_layer[0].each do |key,value|

    return result.join("\n")

Following part of the code is not working:
def jira_data_layer(browser, layer)
    message = []

    result_compare = compare_jira_data_layer(browser)

    message.push('Checking Jira Data Layer')

    JIRA_DATA_LAYER.each do |key, value|
        value.each do |data_layer_key, data_layer_value|
            if data_layer_value == result_compare
                result = 'matches - PASS'
                result = 'does not match - FAIL'

            message.push("#{data_layer_key} #{result}")

    return message.join("\n")

data_layer = read_data_layer(browser)

puts jira_data_layer(browser, data_layer)

I want the following OUTPUT to be achieved:

'event => gtm.js' matches - PASS
'gtm.start => 1468393184212' matches - PASS

But I am getting this:

event does not match - FAIL
gtm.start does not match - FAIL

Where am I going wrong? Please help. Thanks in advance

Lets focus on the first iteration of your value.each loop.
data_layer_key equals ‘event’ and data_layer_value equals ‘gtm.js’.

In message.push, you first output data_layer_key, which is ‘event’, and
then the result of the comparision. You did not write which value
result_compare has, but obviously it has a value different from
‘gtm.js’. Hence the output you get.

Reasoning about the second iteration is similar.

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