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Ruby Ruby Basics Ruby Syntax Variables

Fradely Dilone
Fradely Dilone
24,027 Points

Assign the string "Ruby" to a variable named language. Then assign the string "awesome" to a variable named description.

Variable is not printing, I have use comma separate, parenthesis, everything and nothing

language "Ruby" 
description "Awesome" 


1 Answer

Hi Fradely!

Your code is missing the assignment operator. Ruby uses the assignment operator: = to assign values to variables. The following is an example of how it works:

fruit = "apple"
Fradely Dilone
Fradely Dilone
24,027 Points

Something so simple... I truly appreciate your help!

For one second I thought ruby didn't need it!