Ruby Algorithm — valid ISBN10

  • If the index of the number is equal to 9 (as it will be the last one) and is the digit is “X” to make the assignment to the number variable the value of 10.
  • If the digit is any other number to assign the output with a false value. Otherwise to add to the total variable the number, converted to an integer and multiplied by its index + 1.





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