Phrogz schrieb:
> On Jun 18, 11:42 am, Daniel Kempkens <Daniel.Kempk... / gmail.com>
> wrote:
>> Alex LeDonne schrieb:
>>> On day 1, you get 1 gift.
>>> On day 2, you get 3 gifts, not two (two doves AND one bird/tree combo).
>>> On day 3, you get 6 gifts - 3 hens, 2 doves, one more pear tree
>>> w/attendant partridge.
> 
>> Well, I solved this for fun, my code looks like this:
>>
>> def gift_counter(max = 12)
>>   gifts = 0
>>   1.upto(max) do |day|
>>    gifts += day # I guess 'day' is a bad var-name here :D
>>    puts "Day: {#day}, Gifts: #{gifts}"
>>   end
>> end
>>
>> It works quite good, so why does this Quiz-Site suggest to use two
>> loops? Am I getting something of this quiz wrong?
> 
> Does it work? It tells you how many gifts you GET on each day, but
> does not tell you how many gifts you HAVE when the day is done.
> 
> On day 1 you get 1 gift, resulting in 1 gift owned by you.
> On day 2 you get 3 gifts, resulting in 4 gifts owned by you.
> On day 3 you get 6 gifts, resulting in 10 gifts owned by you.
> 
I think I missed the total-part of the quiz ;) But implementing a 
total-counter wouldn't be much difficult.