Ruby Basic Exercises: Create a string using the first two characters
Ruby Basic: Exercise-35 with Solution
Write a Ruby program to create a string using the first two characters (if present) of a given string if the first character is 'p' and second one is 's' otherwise return a blank string.
def text_test(str) len = str.length(); temp = ""; if(len >= 1) if(str.slice(0) == 'p') temp += str.slice(0); if(len >= 2) if(str.slice(1) == 's') temp += str.slice(1); end end end end return temp; end print text_test("psabcd"),"\n" print text_test("abcd")
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