I’m just starting out in programming, using Ruby to learn.
I’m trying to write a short program that will use a handful of
variables, and I want to be sure that all of the variables start with
the value ‘’ (strings of zero length).
Is there a way to list all of the variables on a single line and set
them to the same value? I tried using commas to seperate, but that
I also tried creating an array with all of the variable names and then
using “arrayname.each do |name|” to cycle through the assignment, but
since the varibles hadn’t been defined, I got an “undefined local
variable or method” error (at least, I think that’s why I got an error).