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Android Build an Interactive Story App (Retired) Finishing the User Interface Review: Adding Story Pages

quiz question 4

Please fill in the correct answer in each blank provided below. Bummer! Unfortunately, that answer is incorrect. Skip Quiz Review Video Get Help Next Question Complete this code. We want to format the 'jokeText' String to include the value of the 'animal' variable. 'jokeText' already has the appropriate placeholder.

String animal = "monkey"; jokeText = String.format(, ); mTextView.setText(jokeText);

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The first argument will be the first variable in the statement (the one you are declaring) and the second argument will be an earlier variable (which you are getting a value from.)

jokeText = String.format(jokeText, animal);

Hope this helps!