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Ruby Ruby Basics Ruby Syntax Method Arguments

I'm not really sure what I am missing here. It says that I have not defined say but my syntax is correct

def Say(Jamal) puts Jamal end


def Say(Jamal)
    puts Jamal


1 Answer

Ruby is case-sensitive. This means capital and lowercase letters are different.

"Say" isn't the same thing as "say"!

Rename your function say, and your code should pass.

Happy coding! :grin: :zap: ~Alex