#9 Ruby Tutorial – Conditional statements in Ruby – 1

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If …else if…else… if modifier, unless, unless modifier, switch case conditional statements in ruby and also its complete description.

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Abhimanyu Aryan says:

It’s a wrong code practice. Always use if-else and not unless-else. It is confusing and error prone. Use unless for single statements.

unless “tweets”
puts “show no tweets”

Jamezilla1 says:

At 1:40 how is x = 1 if the condition looks for x <= 2? wouldn't that mean x can be 1 or 2?

Sneha Sajeevan says:

Is the syntax for JRuby the same?

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