Ruby Basic Exercises: Check three given integers x, y, z and return true if one of y or z is close while the other is far
Ruby Basic: Exercise-54 with Solution
Write a Ruby program to check three given integers x, y, z and return true if one of y or z is close (differing from a by at most 1), while the other is far, differing from both other values by 3 or more.
def check_num(x, y, z) if (y-z).abs < 3 return false end return (x-y).abs<=1 && (x-z).abs>=3 || (x-z).abs<=1 && (x-y).abs>=3 end print check_num(2, 3, 11),"\n" print check_num(2, 3, 4),"\n" print check_num(5, 2, 4)
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