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Ruby Ruby Basics Ruby Syntax Defining Methods

Define a method named say_hi. The method body should include a call to puts with an argument of "hi". Then call your new

Define a method named say_hi. The method body should include a call to puts with an argument of "hi". Then call your new say_hi method.

hello.rb
puts "say_hi" .rb
call "say_hi".rb

1 Answer

Barb Hawes
Barb Hawes
7,253 Points

Remember to make a method in Ruby, you need to use the keyword "def"

def a_method_name
  puts "some words"
end