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Ruby Ruby Operators and Control Structures Logical Operators The Or (||) Operator

uh, help

whats wrong with my code?

ruby.rb
def valid_command?(command)
  if (command = "y") || (command = "yes") || (command = "Y") || (command = "YES")
   puts true
end

1 Answer

Hi Zachery

Just remove 'puts true', it should be return true method, and add double end

def valid_command?(command)
  if (command == "y") || (command == "yes") || (command == "Y") || (command == "YES")
    return true
  end 
end