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Sydney Cohen2,909 Points
Not sure what to do here: Instantiate an instance of the Name class and assign it to the variable name. This must come a
thanks for helping
class Name def first_name "First" end def last_name "Last" end end def name(name) @name = name end
Kevin Mulhern20,374 Points
You need to create a new instance of the Name class. like this:
name = Name.new("kevin")
You need to put instance of variable "name" AFTER we have Name class, I know it is a bit trick. What we do is to add name instance in the end of the line below.
class Name def first_name "First" end def last_name "Last" end end name = Name.new puts name
Good Example again at 2:43, you can idea of code samples under teacher's note.
This is what worked for me:
class Name def first_name "First" end def last_name "Last" end end # everything after this line is my attempt name = Name.new