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Ruby Ruby Collections Ruby Arrays Adding Items to Arrays

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Challenge Task 2 of 2

Using the unshift method, add the string "celery" to the beginning of the array. Oops! It looks like Task 1 is no longer passing. Get Help Recheck work Go to task One array.rb

grocery_list = ["milk", "eggs", "bread"] grocery_list >> "carrots" array.unshift ("celery")

array.rb
grocery_list = ["milk", "eggs", "bread"]
grocery_list >> "carrots"
array.unshift ("celery")

2 Answers

Hi Lacie,

You are close to passing this challenge! When adding "carrots" to the array you need to use "<<". To pass the next step you need to specify which array you want to use the "Unshift" method on which in this case would be grocery_list

grocery_list = ["milk", "eggs", "bread"]
grocery_list << "carrots"
grocery_list.unshift("celery")

Thank you!