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Help me with this
this is the question --- The repeat method should take a string, and print it a specified number of times. Use loop and break to complete the method. Be sure to do the following:
After printing the value of string, add 1 to the counter variable. Use an if statement together with the break keyword to break out of the loop once counter is equal to times.
def repeat(string, times) puts "Enter the number of times : " times = gets.chomp.to_i fail "times must be 1 or more" if times < 1 counter = 0 loop do print "enter string : " string = gets.chomp counter += 1 if counter == times break end end end
Steven Parker218,653 Points
This is another case where the code works, but does something different from what the challenge is expecting. When working code doesn't pass the challenge, pause for a moment and then re-read the instructions carefully. You'll be likely to find that it's asking for a different job to be done.
In this case, both "string" and "count" are already provided through the parameters. So you don't need to prompt for, or input either one.
And the one thing you will need to output is the "string" itself, which isn't being done here. But the counter handling is good, so when you fix the input/output issues you should pass.