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what's wrong with this method
this seems right to me
class BankAccount attr_reader :name def initialize(name) @name = name @transactions =  add_transaction("Beginning Balance", 0) end def debit(description, amount) add_transaction(description, -amount) end def credit(description, amount) add_transaction(description, amount) end def add_transaction(description, amount) @transactions.push(description: description, amount: amount) end def balance balance = 0.0 @tansactions.each do|transaction| balance += transaction[:amount] end return balance end end
Jason AndersTreehouse Moderator 145,627 Points
You have everything correct, except for one spelling error.
In this line
@tansactions.each do|transaction| you are missing an 'r' in
@transactions. Once fixed up, the rest is great.
And just a quick note: In Ruby, you don't need the
return keyword. Just having the variable name
balance, Ruby will return the value.
Nice work! :)