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Erin Kross9,555 Points
"Bummer! The initialize method did not take an argument"
After checking other posts about the same question, it seems like this code should pass, but I must be missing something.
class Name def initialize(title, first_name, middle_name, last_name) @title = title @first_name = first_name @middle_name = middle_name @last_name = last_name end def title @title end def first_name @first_name end def middle_name @middle_name end def last_name @last_name end end name = Name.new("Mr", "Jason", "", "Seifer") puts name.title + " " + name.first_name + " " + name.middle_name + " " + name.last_name
You have many extra codes which didn't ask by the Challenge questions. We need to follow specific solutions to each question. First name, middle name, and last name was not required to add under initialize method.
class Name def initialize(title) @title = title end def title @title end def first_name "Metal" end def last_name "Robot" end end name = Name.new("Mr") puts name.title