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Ruby Ruby Blocks Blocks Practice Create a Class

Anand Mohan Duddella
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Anand Mohan Duddella
Courses Plus Student 8,264 Points

in the initialize method of the monster class,create an instance variable called @actions that is set to an empty hash.

i don't know where i am going wrong.

monster.rb
class Monster
  def initialize(name)
    @name = name
  end
  def initialize(actions={})
    @actions = actions
end

1 Answer

Daniel Cunningham
Daniel Cunningham
21,109 Points

You only need one initialize method. You also do not need to "pass in" an actions with a hash. Just create a variables named @actions and set it equal to {} within the initialize method.