Recently I asked here about where "end" goes, in relation to code
blocks.  I was given some good answers which helped but now either I'm
having a same / similar problem or this is perhaps something
completely different.

What I'm attempting to do in the code below is
1-Search a directory for files
2-Check if the files exist
3-Ask user to confirm if they want file to be moved
4-If user answers no , then file is removed from array.
5-After user has gone through the entire list one by one, then the
updated array should list out the files (minus the ones that said no
to move on.

Right now, the problem is step five (listing the updated array) is
happening with each question.  Plus it looks like the elements are not
being removed where appropriate.  Please let me know if I ask too many
questions here :).

Dir.chdir 'C:/PicturesMoved'

# First we find all of the pictures to be moved.
pic_names = Dir['C:/PicturesMoved/*.{BMP,bmp}']

pic_names.each do |name|
  fcheck = FileTest.exist?(name)
     if fcheck == true
       puts 'Do you wish to move ' + name + 'file?'
       puts 'Please answer "yes" or "no" '
       else puts 'file does not exist'

       end
     end



       response = true
        while (response)
          decision = gets.chomp.downcase
          if decision == 'yes'
            response = false
            else
              puts 'File will not be moved'
              pic_names.delete(name)
            end
          end


          puts 'these files will be moved'
          pic_names.each do |name|
            puts name

          end

p.s. The code is indented in my email here , hopefully it remains
formatted as such when it hits the list.