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Ruby Ruby Basics (Retired) How Ruby Works The Ruby Programming Language

puts "Hello World!" not working? Am I doing something wrong?

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the ruby method puts stands for put string to see this in action use irb command in console then run puts 'Hello World!' hope it'll work.

Sean Cornwell
Sean Cornwell
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puts "Hello World!"

This should be all you have/need and it should work when you rub it. If you type irb in the console and press enter. Then type this exactly it should return 'Hello World!'