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Adam Jones
Adam Jones
3,196 Points

Blog Reader App Stage 1 Challenge Task 4 of 4

Hi guys,

Totally stumped by how I answer this one.

The question text is: Finally, write the 'message' variable to the log using the Log.d() method. For the first parameter of Log.d() (the tag), use “CodeChallenge”, and use the 'message' variable as the second parameter.

My code is:

String title1 = "Android is awesome";
String title2 = "Mike is cool";
String title3 = "Treehouse loves me";
/* Tried switching between different ways of declaring the array, but to no effect
String[] titles = {"Android is awesome","Mike is cool","Treehouse loves me"};
String[] titles = {title1, title2, title3};
String message = titles[1];

Log.d(CodeChallenge, message);

However, it's getting rejected as the wrong answer, despite it being identical to this code which is supposedly the right answer.

The android documentation says I'm using the Log.d() function correctly and the Java documentation says I'm declaring and accessing the array properly.

What am I missing?

1 Answer

John Coffin
John Coffin
10,359 Points

What happens if you change the quotes from slanted to straight?

Log.d("CodeChallenge", message);