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Ruby Ruby Foundations Methods Class Methods

"Wrong number of arguments (2 for 0)"

When I attempt to pass my code to the interpreter I get "wrong number of arguments (2 for 0)". My code follows:

class BankAccount

def self.create_for(first_name,last_name)
    @accounts ||= []
    @accounts << BankAccount.new(first_name,last_name)
end


def intialize(first_name, last_name)
    @balance = 0
    @first_name = first_name
    @last_name = last_name
end

def deposit(amount)
    @balance += amount

end

def withdraw(amount)
    @balance -= amount
end

end

BankAccount.create_for("Jason", "Seifer")

I thought I had followed the example in the video but I must be missing something. I would appreciate any help.

2 Answers

John O.
John O.
4,680 Points

Simple typo:

def intialize(first_name, last_name)

Should be:

def initialize(first_name, last_name)

O wow. I appreciate the help.