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What's wrong with my code?
I'm not sure where I'm going wrong here
def parse_answer(answer, kind="string") answer = gets.chomp answer = answer.to_i if kind == "number" return answer end
Abigail Glunn10,068 Points
Hi Patrick! Your code is perfectly valid, looks like they just want it without taking in user input (gets.chomp)... the below passes:
def parse_answer(answer, kind="string") answer = answer.to_i if kind == "number" return answer end
Hope that helps, please vote best answer if this resolves your question... thank you! : D