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I am having difficulty with this particular challenge task regarding "if" statements
For some reason I keep getting this error
There seems to be an error in your code: 1: syntax error, unexpected tINTEGER, expecting ')' (SyntaxError)
but i cant seem to figure it out
def check_speed(50) if speed > 55 check_speed = "too fast" end if speed < 55 check_speed = "to slow" end if speed == 55 check_speed = "speed ok" end end
Steven Parker228,095 Points
You're close! But two issues stand out (the first one is causing the current error):
- on the "def" line, the parameter name should be in the parentheses (instead of "55")
- the function needs to print the message