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Ruby Foundations > Blocks Extra Credit

I was wondering if this is the most efficient way to do this. It seems like we should be able to get the value of "time" as its set in each run of the block but I couldn't figure it out


1 Answer

Jason Seifer
Jason Seifer
Treehouse Guest Teacher

Looks good, Justin! One suggestion I would make is to change the following variable:




And this is only because it's more conventional in Ruby to use underscores instead of camel casing. Nice job!