FAQ: Object-Oriented Programming I - Override!

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battling with this one, help anyone?

In the script.rb Section you can see the

# Add your code below!

section. Make sure you create the class Dragon < Creature below this section.


`class Creature
def initialize(name)
@name = name

def fight
return “Punch to the chops!”

Add your code below!

class Dragon < Creature
def fight
return “Breathes fire!”