Ruby Ruby Basics Conditionals "if" Statements

miranda dunlop
miranda dunlop
646 Points

conditionals - not entirely sure what the question is expecting me to code for - clearly expecting something at the end

what is wrong with this please?

program.rb
def check_speed(number)
  if number > 55
    print "too fast"
  end
  if number < 55
    print "too slow"
  end
  if number == 55
    print "speed ok"
  end

 check_speed

1 Answer

Luis Duenas
Luis Duenas
5,670 Points

You're missing the end keyword at the end of the method, i just add that to your code and removed the check_speed in the last row to pass the challange, this is the code that i used

def check_speed(number)
  if number > 55
    print "too fast"
  end
  if number < 55
    print "too slow"
  end
  if number == 55
    print "speed ok"
  end
end