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Adam Bell1,176 Points
It says, "Add a variable to store a user’s first name using console.readLine. Make sure the variable is the camel cased representation of "first name"
// I have imported java.io.Console for you. It is a variable called console.
Ken AlgerTreehouse Teacher
Welcome to Treehouse!
If we break this task down into little bits, we have:
1) We need a camel case representation for a
String variable named "first name,"
2) We need to get input from a user via the
console.readLine() function and pass it to our variable. Let's be nice and add in some prompting text.
String firstName = console.readLine("Please enter your first name: ");
That will print out
Please enter your first name: to the console and accept a string value in as a response.
Please post back if you are still stuck.
Michael C3,230 Points
CamelCase are words written like that -> "camelCase" or "CamelCase". In Programming Languages it's more like "camelCase " for variables - the first letter is always a small one.
to add a value like your first name to a variable via the console.readLine method you have to actually first declare the variable:
"private String theVariable;"
after that you can define or specify it with a certain value. Actually you're putting a value into it by a user prompt with the console.readLine().
if you don't have a clue yet: "private String firstName = console.readLine("Please enter your first name: ");" is what you should write to solve the challenge.
Be sure to review the video once or twice before posting a question. I do this aswell because I might missed out a particular information aswell.