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i ran this code. i get a syntax err.
def check_speed(speed) if speed < 55 puts "too fast" end if speed > 55 puts "too slow" end if speed == 55 puts "speed OK" end
def check_speed(speed) if speed < 55 puts "too fast" end if speed > 55 puts "too slow" end if speed == 55 puts "speed OK" end end
end to close each if statement and to close your method.
i ran it and it did not give me any output.
THANKS A LOT!!