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Java Java Basics Perfecting the Prototype Looping until the value passes

Bernadine Louis Pierre
Bernadine Louis Pierre
338 Points

How to continually prompt the user in a do-while loop.

Its giving me so much errors

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
218,596 Points

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1 Answer

Andrew Stevens
Andrew Stevens
8,301 Points

As Steven Parker has mentioned it is hard to know what part of the challenge you are stuck on without your code. However, the first part the hint is in the comment, maybe refer to the Java docs regarding Java.io.Console.

Also remember you want to execute the program repeatedly until the specified condition is true, think about how you access the variable you created hopefully that points you in the right direction.

do {
    // Your code to run goes here.
while (// condition to be checked);

Another thing to consider is how you compare a String will == do the job or do you need to think about something else?