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Java Java Basics Perfecting the Prototype Conditional ints

Create an integer that stores the value of 3 to number of people.

int Number of People = 3;

int NumberofPeople = 3;

2 Answers

28,558 Points

The problem is the name of the variable, when using camel case you are meant to capitalize the first letter of each word in the variable name except for the first letter of the first word.

So number of people in camel case would become numberOfPeople.

Jason Anders
Jason Anders
Treehouse Moderator 145,858 Points

Hey Glen,

Remember how camelCase works... First word is lower-case and every word after is upper-case. So, the problem lies with the variable name. Right now it's upper - lower - upper.

Just fix that up and you're good to go. :)

Keep Coding! :dizzy:

It worked thanks alot!