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Java Java Basics Perfecting the Prototype Conditional ints

i get an error asking is my console.printf is in the code block of an if statement. why?

is my console.printf in the wrong place?

int numberOfPeople = 3;
if (numberOfPeople < 3) {
  console.printf ("Your table is ready");

1 Answer

Kristian Egebæk-Carlsen
Kristian Egebæk-Carlsen
8,902 Points

The assignment tells you to make an if statement that checks if numberOfPeople are less than 4, not less than three. Your if statement should like like this: if (numberOfPeople < 4).