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Inside the Name class, create a method called title that returns the @title variable:
Hello Ruby Friends,
I am having trouble with this problem.
I am rather unsure what is being asked and how to begin this one! I definetly want to keep moving forward with this Ruby Track.
class Name def initialize (title) @title = title end def title "title" end def first_name "Metal" end def last_name "Robot" end end name = Name.new("Mrs.")
You're returning the string "title", rather than the variable title. In this case it's @title.
class Name def initialize(title) @title= title end def title @title end def first_name "hello" end def last_name "moda" end end name= Name.new("Mr") name.title