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Ruby Ruby Objects and Classes Ruby Objects and Classes Instantiation

Eric xiao
Eric xiao
2,060 Points

Your answer is wrong.

Tells me to instantiate an Array, then answer is to instantiate a String?????

ruby.rb
array = Array.new

2 Answers

Jay McGavren
STAFF
Jay McGavren
Treehouse Teacher

The code challenge attached to this question has 2 tasks. When a code challenge has multiple tasks, it's important to keep your code from the first task when completing the second task, keep the code from the first and second tasks when completing the third task, and so on. So for the first task, your code should look like this:

string = String.new

For the second task, your code should look like this:

string = String.new
array = Array.new