Help with hashes in Ruby


#1



Why this didn't work? It says that nothing is displayed on the console, 
but it actually shows what I need. any help? thanks!!


mascotas= Hash.new
mascotas = { "Bubbles" => "cat",
  "Happy" => "hamster",
  "Kevin" => "dog"
}

puts mascotas["Kevin"]


#2

Can I have the link or name of the lesson?


#3

#4

I can't help, the link is to the Spanish lesson and it's not the same as the number 9 in the English lessons. I'm sorry! :slight_frown:


#5

the lesson says something like that:

Access values ​​in a hash

As with the arrays, you can access the values ​​in a hash by scrolling (that is, using indexes). Each index in a hash is a key that you assign; Simply by entering the name of the key in the middle of brackets, we can access the value associated with that key.

so, when I try to submit code and look if I'm right, the console shows what I want, but the page says that "the console doesn't show the value associated in my hash" but actually does!
You know what I mean? thanks anyway :smiley:


#6

Usa la notación de corchetes para acceder al par clave-valor que agregaste en mascotas, y usa puts para mostrar ese valor en la consola. Si necesitas ayuda revisa la Sugerencia.

Use bracket notation to access the key-value pair you added on pets, and use puts to display that value on the console. If you need help check the Tip.

I believe we are to use bracket notation to make the assignment, as well.

mascotas["Andy"] = "perro"
puts mascotas["Andy"]

#7

thanks so much!!! it works!! :smile: :smile: :smile:


#8

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