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Ruby Ruby Objects and Classes Ruby Objects and Classes Instantiation

Is the array class supposed to inherit from the String class in Task 1? I wrote the answer to Task 2 in similar fashion.

I wrote my code this way:

class Array def array @array = [] end

end

array = Array.new

ruby.rb
class Array
def array
  @array = []
end

end

array = Array.new

1 Answer

Hi there,

We're creating new instances of a String and an Array. We don't need to implement a new class for either.

So just call new on each of the two types and assign them into the variable names, as given:

string = String.new
array = Array.new

That's all there is to it!

Steve.

Thanks Steve!

No problem! :+1: :smile: