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I would appreciate any help so much, I am stuck on this question for hours now and cannot move on.
the question is: Call the puts method with the name variable's first_name method as an argument ... and there are three more questions following ... I would appreciate any help gratefully ... kind regards, Jan.
class Name def initialize(title) # Task 1 @title = title end def title # Task 3 @title end def name.first_name "Metal" end def last_name "Robot" end end name = Name.new("Title") # Task 2 name.title # Task 4
Jay McGavrenTreehouse Teacher
You're making changes to the Name class, and you actually don't need to. You just need to create an instance of Name and call some methods on it.
Here's the challenge, solved up through Task 2. See if you can figure out the solution to Task 3 on your own.
class Name def first_name "First" end def last_name "Last" end end name = Name.new puts name.first_name
Thank you Jay ... I will try as soon as I get to it, I just have too many other things to do at the moment ... but I will try figuring it out as soon as I find the time ... thank you ... regards, Jan.
Here is the answer for number 3. puts name.last_name