Whoa, thats all to it, I need to get my formatting down right now =)
This is my first language  so I have a long way to travel:) now this is
something I will be aware of in the future.

Thank you

On Sun, Mar 1, 2009 at 12:28 AM, Phlip <phlip2005 / gmail.com> wrote:

> Zayd Connor wrote:
>
>  I get the following error message when running the code below:
>> undefine method 'bottles _of_beer' for #<Bottles:0x2be1e1c>
>> (NoMethodError)
>>
>
>  class Bottles
>> def initialize (bottles_of_beer, bottle_word, one_word)
>>
>                ^
>
> Ruby is space sensitive between the end of a method name and its first
> parameter. You gotta take that space out.
>
> In general, I don't know what other languages and editors you have learned,
> but Ruby is very easy to format correctly via muscle memory. Just set your
> tabs to 2 spaces (no \t tab characters), and turn on the autoindent. From
> there, keeping everything correctly formatted is quite simple, and this will
> lead, in turn, to fewer syntax errors.
>
> I remember a Visual Basic Classic that would have removed that space, for
> example, but I know no Ruby editor which will does that for you!
>
> --
>  Phlip
>
>