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Ruby Ruby Collections Ruby Arrays Adding Items to Arrays

Jasmin Myers
Jasmin Myers
2,461 Points

adding carrot to the end of array

I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong :(

array.rb
grocery_list = ["milk", "eggs", "bread"]
grocery_list.push('carrot')
grocery_list << 'carrot'

grocery_list

1 Answer

andren
andren
28,526 Points

Your code is fine syntax wise. The issue is that the instructions ask you to add carrots (plural) not carrot (singular) like you are doing in your code.

If you fix that typo like this:

grocery_list = ["milk", "eggs", "bread"]
grocery_list.push('carrots')

Then your code will pass the challenge.

Jasmin Myers
Jasmin Myers
2,461 Points

Thank you! Lol,I've got to make sure I pay more attention to the details.