Carlos Hernandez wrote:
> jacster:
> 
> You must be defining (assigning) the constant at one point in the
> program flow, and
> then defining again.
> If the constant is in a loop, take it out.
> I typically define all my constants within the first few lines at the
> top of the file right after the require statements.
> 
> Ruby only warns that you're using a constant as a variable.
> If you mean to use it as a variable, don't use capital letters.
> 
> -Carlos
> 
> On Sat, 12 Jan 2008 03:03:50 +0900, "jackster the jackle"

Good call Carlos... my problem was that I was defining my variables 
using some capital letters and didn't realize that was set aside for 
constants.
I really appreciate the help!

jackster.mobi
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