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Ruby Ruby Loops Ruby Loops The Ruby Loop

I have no idea what wrong in my answer. I tested at workspace and no error.

Using the loop construct, add the current value of number to the numbers array. Inside of the loop, add 1 to the number variable. If the numbers array has more than 3 items, use the break keyword to exit the loop.

loop.rb
numbers = []

number = 0

# write your loop here

loop do
  numbers.push(number)
  number += 1
  if numbers.length > 3
    break
  end
end

1 Answer

William Li
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William Li
Courses Plus Student 26,867 Points

The terminate condition is not correct here. It needs to be numbers.length > 2, because number starts at value 0 and you want the loop to stop when the Array has 3 items [0,1,2].

Wow! I got it! Thank you so much! :D