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Ruby Ruby Collections Ruby Arrays Accessing Items in Arrays

Create a variable called "last_item" that contains the last item from the "grocery_list" array. You can use either the m

There is no answer or reference to this problem on the HELP area. And, I wish the program would allow me to continue, but not. Create a variable called "last_item" that contains the last item from the "grocery_list" array. You can use either the method last or the index.

array.rb
grocery_list = ["milk", "eggs", "bread", "ice cream", "potatoes", "pie"]
last_item = grocery_list[5]

2 Answers

Hi Marcela,

You have to keep your code there from task 1 and add to it for task 2. Your code for task 2 is correct but you still need the first_item variable to be there.

Try this grocery_list = ["milk", "eggs", "bread", "ice cream", "carrots", "potatoes"] last_item = grocery_list[6] last_item = grocery_list.pop