Completed another lab. It took way longer than it should have because I overcomplicated everything. Initially I failed all the tests, because - well, I had to to find out what I needed to do to pass the tests. I don't know why I decided to also check out the spec file, because that's where I played myself. That's where I began to overcomplicate. So. for example: Instead of what the method should have been:
And here's what I did, based on what I saw in the spec file.
neighborhoods_in_northwest_brooklyn = ["Brooklyn Yards", "Cadman Plaza", "Clinton Hill", "Downtown Brooklyn", "DUMBO"]
You see, where I played myself is by inserting the arrays myself - I'm giving variables and putting the elements in them. Pourqoi? Pourque, Laticia? Lesson learned. Don't overcomplicate. This was an exercise to make me proficient in array methods - and I was just adding the unnecessary. But! I'm not going to stress it. I'm learning and mistakes simply won't be repeated.
This was me when someone helped me understand that I was doing too much - and I passed all 19 tests. Actually, thIs is me every time I finally understand something new in programming.