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Ruby Ruby Basics (Retired) Ruby Strings String Creation

does anybody know the answer to fill in the blank characters to create a valid ruby string?


5 Answers

Maciej Czuchnowski
Maciej Czuchnowski
36,440 Points

I'd say put single (') or double (") quotes in both blank spaces (but use the same on both sides, so " and " or ' and ', your choice)

Matthew Bingham
Matthew Bingham
11,927 Points

I got stuck on that one as well - simply because the line to write code was so big! You need a quote " on either side of the word: "treehouse"

  • Matt

Hi fellas, I tried what you guys said but it's not working. Could you please elaborate? Thanks

thanks sergio

This was literally the most simple yet complex question i have ever ran into LOL, why are the lines so long. for some quotes :P