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Ruby Ruby Basics Ruby Syntax Method Arguments

i ran my code and it does not work can somebody help??

def say(word) puts word say "Ruby" end

say.rb
def say(word)
  puts word
  say "Ruby"
end

2 Answers

If you have the line say "Ruby" within the say method, the method calls itself. Try moving that line after the end of the method.

well, i found out that apperantly you dont need that line.