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Verity Onions541 Points
I am stuck on the method challenge. It says - undefined local variable or method `ruby' for main:Object please advise.
I have been trying to figure this out but not sure where I am going wrong. It either says my stack is too deep or the attached error code. I don't think I understand the question correctly.
I think the output the question is looking for on the console would just 'Ruby'. Have I misunderstood?
def say(first) puts first end say(ruby)
Jason AndersTreehouse Moderator 145,855 Points
You're on the right track, with one small error. The instructions ask you to
**"pass the string "Ruby""**, but right now you are passing in a variable named
Ruby, not a string. Remember, if you want to pass a string, you need to surround it with quotation marks.
Keep Coding! :)