Please ignore previous post - figured it out!

On Tue, Sep 16, 2014 at 8:51 PM, Cyril Guirguis <cyril.guirguis / gmail.com>
wrote:

> Here is my code so far.....
>
> movies = { }
>
> movies[title] = rating
>
> puts "Type 'add' to add a movie:"
> choice = gets.chomp.downcase
> case choice
> when "add"
>     puts "Add a movie title:"
>     title = gets.chomp
>     puts "Please rate the movie:"
>     rating = gets.chomp
>     puts "the movie has been added!"
>
>
> when "update"
>     puts "Updated!"
>
> when "display"
>     puts "Movies!"
>
> when "delete"
>     puts "Deleted!"
>
> else
>     puts "Error!"
>
> end
>
> -------
> I am told to do the following:
>
> Call .to_sym on your title and .to_i on your rating so that your movie
> titles are stored as symbols in the hash and the associated ratings are
> stored as integers.
>
> Here is what I've tried...
> 1.
> -----------------------------------
> movies = { }
>
> movies[title.to_sys] = rating.to_i
>
> puts "Type 'add' to add a movie:"
> choice = gets.chomp.downcase
> case choice
> when "add"
>     puts "Add a movie title:"
>     title = gets.chomp
>     puts "Please rate the movie:"
>     rating = gets.chomp
>     puts "the movie has been added!"
> ...
> 2.
> -----------------------------------
> movies = { }
>
> movies[title] = rating
>
> puts "Type 'add' to add a movie:"
> choice = gets.chomp.downcase
> case choice
> when "add"
>     puts "Add a movie title:"
>     title = gets.chomp
>     title.to_sys
>     puts "Please rate the movie:"
>     rating = gets.chomp
>     rating.to_i
>     puts "the movie has been added!"
> ...
>
> Neither has worked and I'm all out of ideas. Help would be greatly
> appreciated. Thanks!!
>