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Ruby

Raul Grigoriu
Raul Grigoriu
1,060 Points

a simple challenge

Using the "loop" construct, add the current value of "number" to the "numbers" array. Inside of the loop, add 1 to the number variable. Use the "break" keyword to exit the loop once the "numbers" array has 3 items. numbers = [ ] number = 0

can anybody help asap pleaasee:) thx

2 Answers

Inside a loop:

pushing the value of number to the numbers array

increase number by 1

check if the numbers array is equal to 3

then break if it is

loop do
  numbers.push(number)
  number += 1
  if (numbers.length == 3)
    break
  end
end
Raul Grigoriu
Raul Grigoriu
1,060 Points

Thank you David! Sleep well.