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James Thomas6,452 Points
Can't pass this "coding Challenge" no indication of what to do
I'm on the "Data input" or "receiving data" section of the java basics course. I already know all of this code, I am simply brushing up on my java quickly before jumping into the Android course. Ten minutes in and this site is an Utter let down. I have literally no idea how I can pass this question. It won't let me skip (maybe it will but won't tell me how).
I could write this program in thirty seconds. The issue is I keep getting compile error even though my code is fine. It's that I have absolutely no idea (due to there being no indication what so ever) of what to include in my code.
Do they just want me to declare a string and get the user to input it? Do they want me to go all the way from import to public static void main(String args) and include all curly braces OR shall I initialize the class constructor or like whatever I don't know but I've tried every single way and this hideous layout is getting me nowhere.
Any help appreciated please, I've never been so annoyed and disillusioned by a course or training app within such a short time in my entire life.
james southFront End Web Development Techdegree Graduate 33,258 Points
they want just what it says, no more no less, each task is one line of code, nothing fancy, no psvmsa etc, no importing. you're just using the console object it provides to read and print.