Chapter 2 - Methods and Classes
Exercise 1: HTML methods
Create a method named
paragraph that takes a string as a parameter and returns a
<p> HTML tag. It should create a new string that starts with
<p>, ends with
</p>, and contains the parameter string in the middle. Don’t just print the string with
puts inside the method, though; let the string be the method’s return value, and let the caller print it.
Then, create an
image method that returns an
img tag as a string. It should take 3 parameters: an image source string, a width, and a height. The width and height values should be optional, and should use a default of
100 for each. Interpolate the parameters into the HTML string as the
height attribute values.
After defining the
image methods, try calling them a few times to output some HTML, with image file names and text of your choosing.