Brian A. wrote:
> This bit of code was given to me in the tutorial.  However if I type
> 'puts sandy.person' I get the following error message:
> 'test_temp1.rb:43: undefined method `person' for #<Person:0x2f2324c>
> (NoMethodError)'
> 

This is because you are asking it to find the return value of method 
'person', but such a method does not exist. With sandy.address, you 
asked for the return value of method 'address'. This basically was 
returning the object 'address' for sandy.  To get the to_s method in 
person, just put -

puts sandy

That should work (not tested).
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