Hello len,

l> Is there some difference in the code I'm not seeing or is one better
l> than the other:

l> languages = ['English', 'German', 'Ruby']

l> languages.each do |lang|
l>   puts 'I love ' + lang + '!'
l>   puts 'Don\'t you?'
l> end

l> languages.each { |lang|
l> 	puts 'I love ' + lang + '!'
l> 	puts "Don't you?"}


No both are the same, the one liner

languages.each { |lang| puts "I love #{lang}!\nDon't you?" }

is also doing the same and a little bit more rubyish

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