Elizabeth Naves39,088 Points
Can somebody please explain why this is wrong?
Bummer! (eval):1: syntax error, unexpected $undefined puts \n ^ (eval):2: syntax error, unexpected $undefined puts \t ^ (eval):3: syntax error, unexpected $undefined puts \" ^ (eval):3: unterminated string meets end of file Restart
puts \n puts \t puts \"
Ben Reynolds35,167 Points
Each of these three special characters works when used inside a string (for this challenge you can use any strings you like for each line)
Edward Rutz9,985 Points
Hi Elizabeth, You are missing a string value after your puts command. After you call "puts" you need to type a string/text like "happy, happy, happy" then add the new line or tab character. The third puts call involves a string that has quotes within quotes. A string is a sequence of characters and is placed within single ('happy') or double quotes ("happy")