# Lottery Number Matching

Create a lottery app which will take a number as parameter and there
will
be a set of number from 0 to n random number every time.
If the given number matches the random array[0] number by the program,
show
a message you won the loterry.
If the given number matches the random array[1] number by the program,
show
a message you are second.

Which university?

2012/9/14 Samir [email protected]

BPUT

On Mon, Sep 17, 2012 at 7:02 PM, Samir
[email protected]wrote:

``````            puts "You are winner"
``````

puts a
Hi Samir,

• this groups isn’t something that you can expect to work on your
university assignments
• we expect you to try and accomplish something by yourself, or
search
• this post is already 3 days old so you should’ve made more progress
than what you have right now
• hearing “I’ve tried a bit” gives the notion that you haven’t tried
at
all
• try to analyze what each line of code does and i’m sure you’ll get
it
• get back to this group if you’re really stuck. give us insights on
what you’ve done to debug the problem and maybe, there’ll be someone
here

Good luck!

show a message you are second.

Here I have tried a bit.

class Constlottery
def self.rand_number
randoms = []
loop do
puts “Enter a random number”
new_number = gets.chomp
if new_number.to_s == rand(1…9).to_s
puts “You are winner”
return
else
puts “You lost the chance”
end
end
end
end

a = Constlottery.rand_number

puts a

Hi Jim. Thanks for the Suggestions. I will definitely work on it…But as
i
am new to Ruby m a bit worried how to catch the track and jump for
development.

Personal Exercise…

On Mon, Sep 17, 2012 at 7:28 PM, Samir
[email protected]wrote:

Hi Jim. Thanks for the Suggestions. I will definitely work on it…But as i
am new to Ruby m a bit worried how to catch the track and jump for
development.

Is this something that the university gave you as a personal exercise?
Or
is this from some site tutorial you’re following. Either way, you
should
start at the basics of ruby if you’re really new to the language.

class Constlottery
end

• try to analyze what each line of code does and i’m sure you’ll get