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Java Java Basics Perfecting the Prototype Looping until the value passes

Help. I am on challenge 2 of 3 and I am stuck.

I am not sure what I am doing wrong. Can someone point out my mistakes?

// I have initialized a java.io.Console for you. It is in a variable named console.
String response = console.readLine("Do you understand while loops?  ");

do {
  console.readLine("Do you understand while loops?  ");
} while (response = "No");

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,670 Points

An advantage of the "do" style loop is you don't need to call "readLine" twice. Just declare the variable before the loop.

Then, inside the loop, be sure to assign your variable with the result of the "readLine" call.

Finally, in the conditional clause of the "while", be sure to use a comparison operator ("==") instead of an assignment operator ("=").