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Java Java Basics Perfecting the Prototype Conditional ints

Not able to find this syntax error. What actually when wrong with this code?

I have managed to put a condition to the code, however, it seems like it has a problem printing the "Your table is ready". Would you identify where is the syntax error. In the preview section, it shows that there is a problem in "console.printf"

Conditional.java
int numberOfPeople = 3;
if(numberOfPeople<4){
  console.prinf("Your table is ready \n");
}

2 Answers

i see you write "printf" wrong. it should be "printf" not "prinf". (if this helps you, thx)

Alright thanks, Yeah its due to my carelessness. I tried to rewrite the code again and it works. Thanks for the help!

your welcome.

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