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Output a sentence that takes both the name and past tense verb using a single statement. It should look like this:
how do i print in a single statement
// I've imported java.io.Console for you. It is stored in a variable called console for you.
String name = console.readLine("Enter your name: ");
String pastTenseVerb = console.readLine("Enter your pastTenseVerb: ");
console.printf(name "%s really %s" pastTenseVerb);
I checked all this and I still have the wrong answer even after seeing all the examples
console.printf("%s really %s this coding exercise.", name, pastTenseVerb);
You just need to use string placeholders properly. After this "%s really %s this coding exercise." you need to add comma and point to the variables with right order.