for i in 0…18

next if i / 2 == 0

print i

end

is this correct codecadomy?!?!?!?!?!?!??!??!??!??!?!?!?!?!??!?!??!?!?!? huh

for i in 0…18

next if i / 2 == 0

print i

end

is this correct codecadomy?!?!?!?!?!?!??!??!??!??!?!?!?!?!??!?!??!?!?!? huh

Could you provide the lesson number or instructions in the lesson?

I’ve tried

```
for i in 0...20
next if i % 2 == 1
print i
end
```

and

```
for i in 0..18
next if i % 2 == 1
print i
end
```

and

```
i = 20
while i != -1
i -= 1
next if i % 2 == 1
puts "#{i}"
end
```

I’m getting the same error over and over: *Oops, try again. It looks like your loop doesn’t print out the numbers 18 to 0.*

The exercise is in “Looping with Ruby”, section 5. Loops & Iterators, number 9. Next.

Need a help here too.

[edit]

Sorry, problem solved. I’ve write puts and the exercise required print. Not so flexible. =/

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This is what I did,

i = 20

loop do

i -= 1

next if i % 2 != 0

print “#{i}”

break if i <= 0

end

If 1 % 2 == 0 skipped the even numbers then 1 % 2 != 0 skips the odds.

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I tried that and got a message saying false (!) statements are not allowed in this. 1% 2 = 0 means that when i is divided by 2 it has no remainder (i.e. is an even number), the answer has to be that the if i is divided by 2 there *is* a remainder, which means the change to the string is not before, but *after* the =. the code that works is next if i % 2 == 1

i dont mean to but can you at least learn how to spell correctly? “fallowed” is followed, “codcadomy” is codecademy!

Hardly anyone does that. I know it is annoying.

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Thanks …!! this one helped me

To me the question became unclear when I first tried the problem. After a few unsuccessful attempts and seeing the error alert, I found the below block of codes helpful:

i = 20

loop do

i -= 1

next if i % 2 != 0

print “#{i}”

break if i <= 0

end

I am stuck here, any hints

i = 20

loop do

i -= 1

print “#{i}”

next if i % 2 == 0

break if i <= 0

end