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Ruby Ruby Objects and Classes Ruby Objects and Classes Instantiation

Nathan DeWaele
Nathan DeWaele
1,044 Points

what am I doing wrong here? array = String.new{}

array = String.new{}

ruby.rb
array = String.new{}

1 Answer

James Nobles
James Nobles
8,884 Points

You are trying to create an array by setting it to equal a new instance.

what your looking for ( I think ) is string = String.new()

A new instance of the String class accessible via the string(lowercase) object/variable.

Hope that helps, good luck