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Sara Brothers7,341 Points
Ruby Logical Operators
def valid_command?(command) valid_command? = "y", "yes", "Y", "YES", retun true end end
Salman AkramCourses Plus Student 40,065 Points
Almost good, however, you need to add ( II ) operators to verify valid command? method to check four arguments whether "y" or "yes" or "Y" or "YES", then we should return true.
Here's simple solution, see below:
def valid_command?(command) if command == "y" || "yes"|| "Y" || "YES" return true end end
Hope that helps :)