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Java Java Objects Delivering the MVP Review Arrays

casey echternacht
casey echternacht
1,782 Points

the answer for this question is wrong

it is unclear what the array is. I believe it is [java, helloworld, luke, skywalker]

whether "java" is considered part of the array or not, the correct answer is not listed.

The correct answer is either "helloworld" or "luke"

1 Answer

Jennifer Nordell
Jennifer Nordell
Treehouse Teacher

Hi there, casey echternacht ! No, the question is not wrong. When you run the command that is given in the console:

java HelloWorld Luke Skywalker

java is the command to run the file. HelloWorld is the name of the Java class. It's telling it which class to run. The args array is anything that comes after the class name. So the array would be ["Luke", "Skywalker"]. The string at the index of 1 of args then, is "Skywalker".

Hope this helps! :sparkles: