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Ruby Ruby Objects and Classes Variables and Methods Variables and Methods

Not sure I understand the question and what its asking me to do


class Name
 def initialize(name)
  @name = name  

  def initialize(title)
    @title = title
  def first_name

  def last_name

2 Answers

Remove the initialize method where you are setting @name and then add the following after the Name class.

name = Name.new

Based on walking through the challenge I'm guessing you either misread or confused initializing with instantiating a new Name object. It's asking you to instantiate a new Name instance as opposed to creating an initialize method for name.

I still don't understand what it's asking me to do