Quick Ruby Tip: || vs or
Quick heads up on operator precedence:
If you want to assign a value to a variable depending on a boolean, use
|| takes precendence over
or does not.
a = false or true puts a # => false
a = false || true puts a # => true
I got stuck a few minutes today until I realized where the error was.
Hope this helps and you don’t fall in the same trap :)