votes = ["Bob's Dirty Burger Shack", "St. Mark's Bistro", "Bob's Dirty Burger Shack"] votes.reduce(Hash.new(0)) do |result, vote| result[vote] += 1 result end
I managed to figure it out:
votes = ["Bob's Dirty Burger Shack", "St. Mark's Bistro", "Bob's Dirty Burger Shack"] def votesWon(votes) votes.reduce(Hash.new(0)) do |result, vote| result[vote] += 1 result end end print votesWon(votes)
Good work @ayanda!
I know nothing about Ruby, so can’t really help you here. Is there a dedicated Ruby forum you could ask these questions on?
I’ve no idea tbh cause I sorta just started it and it hasn’t gotten to the part about forums to engage in.
Which back end languages did you dive into during your learning stages?
I am not great at back-end languages. When I need to hack something together on the back-end, I mainly tend to use Node.js (as it’s JS, and I know JS well) or Python (very popular, good support, nice language to write)
Apparently Python an ruby are quite similar! I managed to find a ruby forum to similar to this forum. I just hope it is as responsive
Yes, it does look pretty similar — use of the
def keyword, indentation, etc.