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Java Java Basics Getting Started with Java IO

i do not understand

hemm i wrong :(

String firstName = console.readLine ("First name ?  ");
  console.printf("First Name ", firstName);
console.printf("%s jam gay \n" , firstName);
String lastName = console.readLine ("Last name  ");
console.printf ("%s jam lezbike \n" , lastName);

2 Answers

Rune Andreas Nielsen
Rune Andreas Nielsen
5,354 Points

Hi Silvio, i did it this way. I think you're doing a lot more than the challenge asks you to do.

You just need to read the name, and lastname and print them out while using '%s'.

String firstName = console.readLine();
String lastName = console.readLine();

console.printf("First name: %s ", firstName);
console.printf("Last name: %s ", lastName);

thank you :)

Yahya Saadi
Yahya Saadi
4,277 Points

String firstName = console.readLine("Yahya");

String lastName = console.readLine("Saadi");

console.printf("First Name: %s", firstName);

console.printf("Last Name: %s", lastName);

Rune Andreas Nielsen
Rune Andreas Nielsen
5,354 Points

You might want to remove the string inside of the console.readLine();