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How to build a questionnaire in Ruby

Hey everyone! I want to learn how to build a basic question and answer system, i.e. a user submits yes/no and the system spits out a little explanation blurb, and then offers another question based on that choice. I'd like to learn Ruby to do this, but what lessons pertain to helping me do this?

1 Answer

Andre' Jones
Andre' Jones
26,671 Points

I'd suggest just going through the Ruby on Rails course it will show you general techniques on how to create a project and all the essential building blocks create any project you can think of. Once you understand the concepts you'll be able to solve your questionare problem by breaking it down into smaller problems and tackling them one at a time.

Take your time. Learn Concepts. Dont get caught up in Syntax, u can always reference that.