You can define variables within methods (giving them local scope). This means that you can only use the variable within the method and not outside of it.
That concludes this episode of Ruby for the Newbie. In the next article we will look at Classes and Objects, and beyond that we will explore working with Rail and creating web pages. So check back often for more articles on these topics.
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