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Java Java Basics Getting Started with Java Strings, Variables, and Formatting

Help me find mistakes , can't understand why import is wrong.

//Task = Call the printf method on the console object and make it write out "<YOUR NAME> can code in Java!"

String firstName = "Sun"; console.printf("my name is %s", firstName);

//Error Check the spelling of your argument to the printf method. Make sure it is printing out what the instructions are asking for

1 Answer

Dmitry Ponomarenko
Dmitry Ponomarenko
18,175 Points

Hey! I guess you shouldn't import anything for this task. Excercise implies that "console" object is already declared. You just need to write exactly what is asked without any other code : )

Well that solves the import problem but I'm still stuck on it. OP edit

Strings and Variables 6:24 with Craig Dennis is the lesson

Dmitry Ponomarenko
Dmitry Ponomarenko
18,175 Points

Instructions are asking to write ""%s can code in Java!", not "my name is %s". I guess that's a source of your problem.

Thanks for the help , I thought it was just a simple print your name out , should have seen the quotations.