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David HernandezPython Development Techdegree Graduate 10,378 Points
Can't find failure reason.
I have done my best with this, however, there seems to be something wrong with the call from console.readLine()
// I've imported java.io.Console for you. It is stored in a variable called console for you. String name = console.readLine();
Steven Parker218,487 Points
You're nearly there. You just need to supply an argument to the readLine call which will be the string you want to have displayed as the prompt.