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Ruby Ruby Modules Ruby Core Modules Enumerable

Enumerable module help!!

I'm not sure where i'm going wrong

class Player
  include Comparable
  attr_accessor :name, :score

  def <=>(other)
    score <=> other.score

  def initialize(name, score)
    @name = name
    @score = score

class Game
  include Enumerable
  attr_accessor :players

  def each(&block)


  def initialize
    @players = []
Andrei Burichita
Andrei Burichita
9,989 Points

you have a double END ..just erase the last line and it should work

1 Answer

You should post the error message on the question page. It appears to be that you have to many end's and if this is the case your error should say something like: "unexpected keyword end, expecting end of input". If this was helpful please mark this as best answer