Hi Darren,

The way you use the do block is not appropriate.

Anyway, if I understood your problem properly, here you go:

Read the CSV as like below which stores the whole content in an array of
arrays: (Refer:
http://ruby-doc.org/stdlib-1.9.2/libdoc/csv/rdoc/CSV.html)

arr_of_arrs = CSV.read("Sample.csv")

print "Enter Product ID: "
product_id = gets.chomp

print "Enter Quantity: "
quantity = gets.chomp

puts
arr_of_arrs[1..-1].each do |data|
  if data[0] == product_id
    puts "Product ID \t : \t#{data[0]}"
    puts "Product Name \t : \t#{data[1]}"
    puts "Product Price \t : \t#{data[2]}"
    puts "Product Type \t : \t#{data[3]}"
    puts

    puts "Total Price ordered \t : \t#{data[2].to_i * quantity.to_i}"
    exit
  end
end

I hope this is your requirement. Still you can enhance this by handling
worst scenarios (using recursion).

Cheers,
- Vimal

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