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Ruby Ruby Blocks Ruby Blocks Practice Writing a Block

How do I do this...the video did not help

No matter what I do I fail...why

3.Times do
puts "Hello World!"

2 Answers

Clayton Perszyk
Clayton Perszyk
Treehouse Moderator 48,837 Points

The method you're calling is case sensitive (Times and times are not interchangeable). Also, make sure your block begins with do and ends with end.

Hi Grant,

You forgot to lower case Times and put end, please remember case sensitive and spelling, which is common mistakes in Ruby.

3.times do
puts "Hello World!"