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Ruby Ruby Objects and Classes Ruby Objects and Classes Creating a Class

Without using the return keyword how the method in the class gave the string

Is it possible???

2 Answers

Juan Pablo Pinto Santana
Juan Pablo Pinto Santana
15,719 Points

Because ruby returns the value of the last evaluated expression. This is called implicit return (this means you can leave out the return keyword)