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Java Java Basics Using your New Tools Fix the Errors

alan alhamid
alan alhamid
Courses Plus Student 114 Points

I can't solve it

I dont know what should I do

Sting firstName = ("Alan");

string lastName = ("Alhamid");

console.printf("Alan %s", firstName, lastName)

console.readLine("what is your name?    ");

1 Answer

In Java the class name is String, which is case sensitive. You have it spelled wrong in two locations. Also when declaring the variables, you don't need the () around the string.

String firstName = "Alan"; String lastName = "Alhamid";

Finally, your console.printf("Alan %s", firstName, lastName), should probably be: console.printf("%s %s", firstName, lastName)