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this doenst work. nad i cant get the otheres ruby courses , i have to solev this one.
def add_list_items ary=Array.new(3,"mos") return ary
You need to close your method definition with an
Also, while your code will pass the challenge just fine, it will create an array with three instances of "mos" which is not exactly what the challenge was asking for. The simplest code to pass this would be:
def add_list_items  end
Which simply takes advantage of the fact that ruby methods always return the value of the last line evaluated (in this case just an empty array literal).
this works, thnkas. but they wanted a return array so wouldn't
def add_list_items my_ary= return my_ary
work just as well? cause it doesnt