Invalid char errors

Yeah! Im learning to program in ruby but i cant understand what i`m
getting char erros!

My code:

#!/usr/bin/ruby

class Teste
def initialize(nome, sobrenome, idade)
@nome = nome
@sobrenome = sobrenome
@idade = idade
end
end

class Impressora < Teste
def printer
puts @nome
puts @sobrenome
puts @idade
end
end

@pessoa = Impressora.new(“a”, “b”, 10)
@pessoa.printer

The ouput:

m0bile > ./teste.rb
./teste.rb:14: Invalid char \302' in expression ./teste.rb:14: Invalid char\240’ in expression

I`m on Mac Leopard


Regards,
Luiz Vitor Martinez C. [Grabber].
(11) 8187-8662

rubz.org - engineer student at maua.br

Use an editor/viewer that will show characters outside of the normal
ASCII range and then remove them.
Or, delete and retype the line.

Ruby code (excluding Strings, etc with unicode) must be proper ASCII.

Hi,

At Sat, 5 Jan 2008 13:12:07 +0900,
Paul S. wrote in [ruby-talk:286160]:

Use an editor/viewer that will show characters outside of the normal
ASCII range and then remove them.
Or, delete and retype the line.

Or, copy&paste from
http://blade.nagaokaut.ac.jp/cgi-bin/scat.rb/ruby/ruby-talk/286159

There’s the perfectly working example. :wink:

Oh! Thanks i`m using TextMate and i activate “Show invisible” and see a
wrong caracter outside the ASCII :wink:

Thanks!

Regards,
Luiz Vitor.

On Jan 5, 2008 2:17 AM, Nobuyoshi N. [email protected] wrote:

There’s the perfectly working example. :wink:


Nobu Nakada


Regards,
Luiz Vitor Martinez C. [Grabber].
(11) 8187-8662

rubz.org - engineer student at maua.br

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