Hi mike,

can u suggest me how to write a method where both cases are accepted to 
a given string and that method i want to refer in the below program...

thanx

viswesh wrote:
> Hi Mike and Daniel,
> 
> That's wonderfull quick time replies and iam thankfull for both.
> Yeah Mr.Mike ur right.
> thanks again..
> bye
> 
> 
> Mike Nelson wrote:
>> viswesh wrote:
>>> can anybody execute it and tell me where i go wrong.please let me know 
>>> asap...
>>> 
>>> 
>>> puts " what is your name"
>>> name = gets.chomp
>>> 
>>> puts " hello " + name + " how are you"
>>> 
>>> fine = gets
>>> 
>>> if fine.String=="good"
>>> 	puts " good buddy"
>>> 	else
>>> 		puts "oh iam sorry"
>>> 	end
>> 
>> I think you forgot the .chomp on the second gets. This is probably your 
>> main issue. Some style suggestions,
>> 
>> 
>> puts " what is your name"
>> name = gets.chomp
>> 
>> puts " hello #{name} how are you"
>> fine = gets.chomp
>> 
>> if fine == "good"
>>   puts " good buddy"
>> else
>>   puts "oh iam sorry"
>> end


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