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Anthony Smith2,738 Points
Missing input, probably a 2 second fix
I cant seem to find the syntax error in this code, just trying to do a simple if/else method but afraid I'm stuck, would appreciate any help!
def check_speed(car_speed) # write your code here if ( car_speed >= 40 ) && ( car_speed <= 50 ) puts "safe" else puts "unsafe" end
You should have two ends, one to end the function declaration, and another to end the if statement.