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Ruby ActiveRecord Basics Validation Errors 1

lm stuck on the first question, is it asking me to just name the method or to call it?

If you want to make the errors object spit out the full error messages as an array of strings, then what method do you want to call?

object.errors.validate strings?

2 Answers

Hi Emmanuel,

We can do to convert arrays of strings into to_a, let's use this method.

object.errors.to_a[:username, "is wrong name!"]

More about Array (to_a)



Hope that helps.

Maciej Czuchnowski
Maciej Czuchnowski
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You just have to add the method that converts errors to an array, nothing more. Just after the dot.