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Daniel Wise9,119 Points
Reviewing this question. Don't understand why it is incorrect
I was reviewing some questions regarding operators and I cannot understand why this code is incorrect. I hope someone can explain it clearly to me. Thank you.
car_speed = 55 speed_limit = 55 if car_speed < speed_limit too_fast = false else too_fast = true elsif answer car_speed == speed_limit going_speed_limit = true end
Colin Bell29,679 Points
elsif statement needs to go between the
if statement and the
else Always comes last.
You also have the word
answer after your
elsif which doesn't need to be there.
car_speed = 55 speed_limit = 55 if car_speed < speed_limit too_fast = false elsif car_speed == speed_limit going_speed_limit = true else too_fast = true end