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Java

Rashed almazrouei
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Rashed almazrouei
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Now continually prompt the user in a do while loop. The loop should continue running as long as the response is No.

String response = console.readLine(" Do you understand do while loops?");

do { console.readLine(" Do you understand do while loops?"); } while(response.equals("No"));

So,this is what I did and I am still stuck smh!!

2 Answers

Logan Stanford
Logan Stanford
1,104 Points

Make sure you set response equal to the console.readLine so it updates it every time.

This should work:

String response = console.readLine(" Do you understand do while loops?");

do { response = console.readLine(" Do you understand do while loops?"); } while(response.equals("No"));

William Matheny
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William Matheny
Python Development Techdegree Graduate 32,198 Points

Make sure you set response equal to the console.readLine so it updates it every time.

This should work:

String response = console.readLine(" Do you understand do while loops?");

do { response = console.readLine(" Do you understand do while loops?"); } while(response.equals("No"));

your welcome