__ If the array contains a specific character string, I want to cut it out and perform another process. __
The include? method is a method that determines whether the specified element is included in the array.
array = ["foo", "bar"] puts array.include?("bar") #=> true puts array.include?("hoge") #=> false
Create a method that returns "true" if a specific character is included in the array, and "false" if it is not.
Here, the specific character is a number of
I will write the code.
def array123(nums) if nums.include?(1) && nums.include?(2) && nums.include?(3) puts "True" else puts "False" end end
This time we will call the method of
nums as a formal argument, and we are ready to receive the actual argument.
if nums.include?(1) && nums.include?(2) && nums.include?(3)
If there is a process you want to do when true, describe it between
if ~ else,
If there is a process you want to make when false, describe it between
else ~ end.
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