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Ruby Ruby Booleans Ruby Booleans Boolean Review

typo display_car_speed

Shouldn't "display_car_speed" read "car_speed" in the "ruby-booleans" Stage 1, Challenge Take 1 of 2?

boolean.rb
car_speed = 50
speed_limit = 45
if car_speed > speed_limit
  flash_car_speed
end

1 Answer

William Li
PLUS
William Li
Courses Plus Student 26,865 Points

Assume that the flash_car_speed and display_car_speed methods have been defined elsewhere.

Is this you're referring to? No it's not a typo, car_speed is a variable, not method. display_car_speed is the method you're going to use in part 2 of the challenge. But I'd suggest them to move the mention of display_car_speed to part 2 of the challenge as it didn't get used in part 1 at all.