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On Fri, Jun 6, 2014 at 4:37 PM, Roelof Wobben <r.wobben / home.nl> wrote:

> Thanks,
>
> I just needed to use map instead of each.
>
> Roelof
>
>
>
> Wayne Conrad schreef op 6-6-2014 16:25:
>
>  Array#join will do the trick:
>>
>>     print pairs.map { |key, value| "#{key} = #{value}" }.join(', ')
>>
>> if you want a new-line at the end of that, then use `puts` instead of
>> `print`
>>
>> On 06/06/2014 07:12 AM, Roelof Wobben wrote:
>>
>>> Hello,
>>>
>>> I have this :
>>>
>>> def solution(pairs)
>>>   pairs.each {|key, value| print "#{key} = #{value}" }
>>> end
>>>
>>> when I do solution({a: 1, b: '2'})  I see a = 1 b = 2
>>> when I change the pairs to this
>>>
>>> pairs.each {|key, value| print "#{key} = #{value}, " }
>>>
>>> I will see a = 1, b=2,
>>>
>>> is there a way I can take care that after the 2 no , is displayed.
>>>
>>> Roelof
>>>
>>>
>>
>>