TL;DR Is there a guide on how the symbols = and == are verbally used?
Hi! I'm currently in lesson "Redacted!: Control flow know how."
I searched the forums to figure out where I was going wrong. I found what I was looking for, but that raised another question. "Do I really understand what I'm being told to do?"
The lesson states:
if the current word equals the word to be redacted, then print "REDACTED " with that extra space.
Otherwise (else), print word + " "
I understand it as:
if word = redact
print "REDACTED "
print word + " "
Ruby actually wanted me to type == instead of =
Is there a guide on how these symbols are said verbally?