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David Geoffry444 Points
I don't understand why it is not reading that I have the "firstName" variable in the printf
// I have imported java.io.Console for you. It is a variable calle console.printf("First name:%s",firstName); //First Name String firstName = "Kelton"; //readline String FirstName = console.readLine ("What is your name?"); //Lastname String lastName = "Rozell"; //readLine String LastName = console.readLine ("What is your last name?");
james southFront End Web Development Techdegree Graduate 33,271 Points
you have firstName, but then you also have FirstName. they are different. it wants you to use the camel cased one, but that one doesn't use console.readLine(), so that's one error. you also are referencing the firstName variable before it is declared. your use of the variable must come after it is declared for it to know what you are referencing. same thing with lastName and LastName going on too.