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Ruby Ruby Objects and Classes Variables and Methods Variables and Methods

Alistair Mackay
Alistair Mackay
7,812 Points

[SOLVED]Variables & Methods (Part 2): Unsure of what's being asked.

I'm unsure of what is being asked by the question.

Is it asking me for a new definition for name or is it asking me to create a new section in the code to define "title"?

I'm unsure what I have to do pass the test on the course.

class.rb
class Name
  def initialize(title)
    @title = title
  end

  def title
    "Sir Boggington Smarts"
  end

  def first_name
    "Metal"
  end

  def last_name
    "Robot"
  end
end
Alistair Mackay
Alistair Mackay
7,812 Points

I got it! I miss understood the question and what it was asking. Basically it was asking me to call the .Name object right at the bottom of the code with the required title.

class Name
  def initialize(title)
    @title = title
  end

  def first_name
    "Metal"
  end

  def last_name
    "Robot"
  end
end

name = Name.new('Sir')
Alistair Mackay
Alistair Mackay
7,812 Points

I got it! I miss understood the question and what it was asking. Basically it was asking me to call the .Name object right at the bottom of the code with the required title.

class Name
  def initialize(title)
    @title = title
  end

  def first_name
    "Metal"
  end

  def last_name
    "Robot"
  end
end

name = Name.new("Sir")```