Really sorry to bother you, but I'm doing a bit of a "crash course" on Ruby (I'm attending an information event on coding on Sunday!) and I'm stuck.
In Lesson 4 of Thith Meanth War, I've entered my code and keep getting an error message telling me the "if" syntax is wrong and that I should make sure the code ends with "end".
I've looked for ages to see where the error is, checked previous lessons and questions on here etc.
I added an "else" command, which I'm not sure is necessary for this task, but it doesn't work without it either.
Apologies in advance - I know it'll be something obvious! Any help gratefully received.
print "Tell me something about yourself"
user_input = gets.chomp
if user_input.include? "s" print "Ah, we'll change a certain letter here"
puts "That's all fine"