Write a method called
reverse_each_word that takes in a string argument of a sentence and returns that same sentence with each word reversed in place.
First solve it using
.each Then utilize the same method using
.collect to see the difference.
reverse_each_word("Hello there, and how are you?") #=> "olleH ,ereht dna woh era ?uoy"
Hint: You can't use an enumerator on a string, so how can we turn our string into an array?
Hint: How can we reverse each word and return those altered words? Remember that
.each returns the original array but other enumerators don't.
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