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Ruby Ruby Loops Build a Simple Contact List Assigning Hash Values From Methods

I don't get what its asking me to do...

i don't understand what the challenge is

contact_list = []
get_name() = name
contact = {"name" => name, "phone_number" => "" }

1 Answer

Nathan Williams
Nathan Williams
Python Web Development Techdegree Student 6,851 Points

Hi Zachary,

I had to stare at the question for a few minutes, but it looks like they're wanting you to set the name key in the contact hash variable to the returned value of the get_name() method. You shouldn't have to create the get_name method, just assume that it exists.

Hope that helps!