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Java Java Basics Using your New Tools Multiple Format Strings

Output a sentence that takes both the name and past tense verb using a single statement. It should look like this: name

really past tense verb this coding exercise

2 Answers

string name = console.readLine ( "Enter pastTenseVerb; ");

George Pirchalaishvili
George Pirchalaishvili
3,747 Points

Well if I understand you correctly, you need something like this:

String name = console.readLine ( "Enter name: ");
String verb =  console.readLine ( "Enter past tense verb: ");
console.printf(" My name is %s, I am %s", name, verb);

thank you very much Mr George I was facing some challenges in this question GOD bless you