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In the initialize method of the Name class, set an instance variable called @title to the title argument.
when i type name.title it says that part 1 is no longer true
class Name def first_name "Metal" end def initialize(title) @title = title end def last_name "Robot" end end name = name.new("mr.") name.title
Jacob Herrington15,835 Points
Hi Francisco, you've made a really simple mistake. Don't worry though, even as a professional Ruby-on-Rails developer I do this all the time.
When you are referring to a class you usually start with an uppercase letter - the same way you did when you defined the class.
class Name # here is where you are using an uppercase letter ... end
When you initialize the new object from the class you should make sure to use that uppercase letter.
name = name.new("mr.")
name = Name.new("mr.")