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I'm not sure what to do here ?
Can someone please explain to me what I need to do here ?
The question is: Now replace <YOUR NAME> in the console.printf expression with the firstName variable using the string formatter.
I did replace the firstName variable with the %s formatter but I get an error saying
Bummer! Make sure that you use the
firstName variable as the second argument
Here is the code:
// I have setup a java.io.Console object for you named console String firstName = "Christiaan"; console.printf("< %s > can code in Java!", firstName);
Yanuar Prakoso15,195 Points
You almost pass the challenge. All you have to do is removing the < > characters from < %s > inside your console.printf code. The code should be like this:
console.printf("%s can code in Java!", firstName);
It is has to do with how the Treehouse test your code whether it passed the challenge or not. It test if your printed String which replaces <Your name> is the same as the String you put inside variable firstName. When you did not erase the < > the test declared that you put < Christiaan > in place of <Your Name> instead of just Christiaan.
That is all from me. I hope it can help a little.