Metho Error

Why do I get the folowing error when I run this method ? ?

wrong number of arguments (2 for 3) (ArgumentError)
from C:/Ruby/methodscop/lib/new_class.rb:65

def self.search_by_keyword(businesses, searched_keyword_as_array,
flag_exact_or_partial_match)
businesses.select do |b|
b.my_keywords.include?(searched_keyword_as_array )
end
end

On Dec 19, 7:55 am, Ruby G. [email protected] wrote:

Why do I get the folowing error when I run this method ? ?

wrong number of arguments (2 for 3) (ArgumentError)

Seriously? Well, I’m going to go out on a limb and guess that you only
passed in two arguments instead of three. Or at least I think that’s
what “wrong number of arguments (2 for 3)” would mean.

yermej wrote:

On Dec 19, 7:55 am, Ruby G. [email protected] wrote:

Why do I get the folowing error when I run this method ? ?

wrong number of arguments (2 for 3) (ArgumentError)

Seriously? Well, I’m going to go out on a limb and guess that you only
passed in two arguments instead of three. Or at least I think that’s
what “wrong number of arguments (2 for 3)” would mean.

well that’s true I passed only two argument. But my question is How do
I use that method in order to display this.

Business.search_by_keyword([bsn0, bsn1, bsn2], [KEYWORDS[0],KEYWORDS[2]
],false) # true here mean ‘partial match’

will return bsn0 AND bsn1

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