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Java Java Basics Getting Started with Java Strings, Variables, and Formatting

Jr A
Jr A
506 Points

Now replace <YOUR NAME> in the console.printf expression with the firstName variable using the string formatter.

Now replace <YOUR NAME> in the console.printf expression with the firstName variable using the string formatted.

String firstName="j";

console.printf("J can code in Java!");

console.printf("%s is learning how to write Java\n", firstName);

ā€‹* not sure on 3rd task how to correct ?

Name.java
// I have setup a java.io.Console object for you named console
String firstName="j";
console.printf("J can code in Java!"); 
console.printf("%s is learning how to write Java\n", firstName);

2 Answers

Your string formatting looks fine. Have you tried replacing is learning how to write Java\n with can code in Java! so that your two statements will have the same output?

Jr A
Jr A
506 Points

Now replace <YOUR NAME> in the console.printf expression with the firstName variable using the string formatter.