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Ruby Ruby Basics Conditionals Review

Am I missing something here?

errors = 2 if errors == 0 puts "Good job!" else puts "Sorry, there were #{errors} errors." end

Answer A (Good job!) Answer B (Sorry, there were 2 errors.

isn't it supposed to be answer (B) because the first if statement is false and errors are not == 0

1 Answer

Jay McGavren
Jay McGavren
Treehouse Teacher

pavilion It does look like the incorrect answer was marked correct for this question. Should be fixed now. Thanks for bringing it up!