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  • # variable with a number.
  • 10 is the number.
  • # statements with if-else clauses
  • If number is less than ten, it says, "Try increasing your guess number." If number equals ten,
  • it says, "You got this one!"
  • else.

If statements are used in Ruby to determine if a statement or a block of statements will be performed or not, i.e. if a condition is true, a block of statements will be executed, otherwise not.

The purpose of an if else statement in Ruby programming is to give different instructions based on a condition.

An if-else statement is often used to evaluate a condition, and execute one of two possible paths.

  • if (condition) {
  • } else {
  • }

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