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tyler vogt65 Points
no clue what im doing wrong
// I have setup a java.io.Console object for you named console firstName = "Tyler"; console.printf("%s can code in java!");
Sergey Podgornyy20,660 Points
String firstName = "Tyler"; console.printf("%s can code in java!", firstName);
printf you can read here - http://web.cerritos.edu/jwilson/SitePages/java_language_resources/Java_printf_method_quick_reference.pdf
Brandon Graham7,579 Points
Remember, in Java, you have to declare the type of variable. In your case, String.