Ruby Basic Exercises: Create a new string from a given string using the first three characters
Ruby Basic: Exercise-13 with Solution
Write a Ruby program to create a new string from a given string using the first three characters or whatever is there if the string is less than length 3. Return n copies of the string.
def multiple_string(str, n) str.length < 3 ? str*n : str[0..2]*n end print multiple_string('abcdefg', 1),"\n" print multiple_string('abcdefg', 2),"\n" print multiple_string('abcdef', 1),"\n" print multiple_string('abcdef', 2),"\n" print multiple_string('abc', 1),"\n" print multiple_string('ab', 2),"\n"
abc abcabc abc abcabc abc abab
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