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Control Structures

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Hackerrank Ruby Control Structures - Until Solution

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Hackerrank Ruby Control Structures - Infinite Loop Solution

This is a wonderful exercise which explains the concept of infinite loops. "A hacker practices on HackerRank until getting to a rating of O(1) read as (Oh-one)" An infinite loop in Ruby is of the form loop do end Use an infinite loop and call the method coder.practice
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Hackerrank Ruby Control Structures - Unless Solution

You've updated the score of every HackerRank user who participated in a contest. Sometimes, HackerRank admins also participate in a given contest but care is taken to ensure that their submissions do not get any score and their score is not updated. Like the previous challenge, you are given a
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Hackerrank Ruby Control Structures - Each Solution

Ruby offers control structures that let you iterate through its collections. One such control structure is each. As you already know, HackerRank conducts many contests, and for every user who participates in a contest we update their score once the contest ends. You will be given a method called scoring