Am 25.07.2013 12:22, schrieb Crispian A.:
> C:/Users/Gemini/Documents/Aptana Studio 3
> Workspace/rubyProject/rubyTest.rb:51:in `<main>': undefined method
> `games' for main:Object (NoMethodError)

this should be a rather good hint...

> 
> My Code here where the problem exists:
> 
> puts "Would you like to play a game?(Y/N)"
> userAnswer = gets.chomp
> puts "You said #{userAnswer}"
> 
> if userAnswer == "Y"
>     puts "Please choose from the list below:"
> 
>     games = ["Pacman", "Mario Brothers", "Bomberman"]
>     puts "#{games}"
> 
>     puts "Select between 0 and 2 to select your game of choice"
>     selectGame = games(gets.chomp)

this is probably line 51...

you probably mean: selectGame = games[gets.chomp.to_i]

>     puts " You chose #{selectGame(gets.chomp)}"

that doesn't make sense, rather: #{selectGame}

> 
>   elsif userAnswer == "N"
>        puts "Do you not like games?(Y/N)"
>        userAnswer = gets.chomp
> 
>   else puts "You did not choose an option!"
> 
> end

Also, in the Ruby community snake_case is used for variable names.

Regards,
Marcus


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