# Say The Numbers – Sololearn Go Challenge

## Issue

I’m currently learning Go using the SoloLearn App.
The Challenge was :
Taking 3 numbers in the range of 0-10 as input and output the corresponding texts in English.
Test Case #1, Test Case #3, Test Case #4 and #Test Case #5 were successful.
But I have problems concluding Test Case #2 and Test Case #6.
Thank you in advance for any help.

``````package main
import "fmt"

func main() {

for i:=0;i<3;i++ {
var x int
fmt.Scanln(&x)

if (x>=0 && x<10) {

switch x {
case 0:
fmt.Print("Zero")
case 1:
fmt.Print("One")
case 2:
fmt.Print("Two")
case 3:
fmt.Print("Three")
case 4:
fmt.Print("Four")
case 5:
fmt.Print("Five")
case 6:
fmt.Print("Six")
case 7:
fmt.Print("Seven")
case 8:
fmt.Print("Eight")
case 9:
fmt.Print("Nine")
case 10:
fmt.Print("Ten")
default:
fmt.Println("This is not a number or a number between 0 and 10")
}
}
if i<2 {
fmt.Println("")
}
}

}
``````

## Solution

Maybe by sharing the test cases would be easier for us to understand whats happening.

But at a first sight I would replace the `x<10` with `x<=10` and all the `fmt.Print` with `fmt.Println` and remove this parts.

``````    if i<2 {
fmt.Println("")
}
``````

If you keep the condition that validates that the input number is between 0 and 10 the message of the default case would never be printed.

And also let me share you another approach of the solution, is the same but with a couple of good practices:

``````package main

import "fmt"

var validWrittenNumbers = map[int]string{
1: "One",
2: "Two",
3: "Three",
4: "Four",
5: "Five",
6: "Six",
7: "Seven",
8: "Eight",
9: "Nine",
10: "Ten",
}

func printValidWrittenNumber(candidateNumber int) {
if stringNumber, ok := validWrittenNumbers[candidateNumber]; ok {
fmt.Println(stringNumber)
}
}

func main() {
inputTimes := 3

for index := 0; index < inputTimes; index++ {
var candidateNumber int
_, _ = fmt.Scanln(&candidateNumber)

printValidWrittenNumber(candidateNumber)
}
}
``````

I hope this works and sorry for not being more helpful!