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pranshu sharma52 Points
Check the spelling of your argument to the printf method. Make sure it is printing out what the instructions are asking
This error is popping up
String firstName = "pranshu"; console.printf("%s", firstName);
Steven Parker221,768 Points
This is what I was pointing out in my answer to your other question.
The instructions ask you to "make it write out "<YOUR NAME> can code in Java!"", so instead of just your name you will need to build a string that includes your name along with the other words and punctuation asked for.
So basically, your output still needs to have "
can code in Java!".