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Muhammad Saif11,565 Points
Keep getting the error address_book.rb:98: syntax error, unexpected end-of-input, expecting keyword_end
Hi I keep getting error for this code :
def run loop do puts "Address Book" puts "a: Add Contact" puts "p: Print Address Book" puts "e: Exit" print 'Enter your choice: ' input = gets.chomp case input when 'e' break end end end address_book = AddressBook.new address_book.run
Above is the written code. When I run this I get
address_book.rb:98: syntax error, unexpected end-of-input, expecting keyword_end
The 98th line is
What is wrong with my code?
I don't even now ruby but could it be that you forgot and missed one of those "end" keywords near the bottom of your code