How do you reach the code in the block from inside the method? : yield « Method « Ruby

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Ruby » Method » yield 
How do you reach the code in the block from inside the method?


# You use the yield statement, which is designed for exactly that purpose. 

def greeting()
  yield
end

greeting {puts "Hello there!"}

 
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