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Java Java Objects Creating the MVP Current Progress

David Reese
David Reese
3,515 Points

Detects all letters except the first for some reason...

for instance the word Humphrey detects all letters fine but if I input H, only one is detected. If I use a word like tree and give the letter T, it tells me I missed

John Lack-Wilson
John Lack-Wilson
8,169 Points

Hi David, if you're having problems with your own code we'll need you to post it here to be able to help.

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David Reese
David Reese
3,515 Points

I figured out the problem; It wasn't ignoring case, for instance my answer was in upper case and I typed in lower case and it didn't take it. I fixed this by using the .toLowerCase() function.