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Java Java Basics Perfecting the Prototype Conditional ints

Cannot Find Symbol

This keeps happening, and i don't know why.

int numberOfPeople = 3;
if (numberOfPeople < 4) { conosle.print("Your table is ready");}

2 Answers

You need to use console.printf. This is what I did:

int numberOfPeople = 3;

if (numberOfPeople < 4)
  console.printf("Your table is ready");
Eric Stermer
Eric Stermer
9,499 Points

You spelt console wrong and you need to use need to use printf not print

//change from this
conosle.print("Your table is ready");
//to this
console.printf("Your table is ready");