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Ruby Ruby Basics (Retired) Ruby Methods Method Arguments: Part 2

having trouble with creating a method with two variables can anybody help with understanding this concept?

I don't understand this concept of creating a method with two variables. this problem requires me to create a method called subtract with two variables. can anyone help.

def subtract (a) (b) end

1 Answer

Daniel, you are heading in the right direction, but arguments are comma separated, and end needs to be on its own line:

def subtract (a, b)