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The instructions banner in the last challenge for java basics is blocking my view of the coding environment.
Is there something I can do about it?
/* So the age old knock knock joke goes like this: Person A: Knock Knock. Person B: Who's there? Person A: Banana Person B: Banana who? ...as long as Person A has answered Banana the above repeats endlessly ...assuming the person answers Orange we'd see Person B: Orange who? ...and then the punchline. Person A: Orange you glad I didn't say Banana again? (It's a really bad joke that makes it sound like "Aren't you glad I didn't say Banana again?") Let's just assume the only two words passed in from the console from Person B are either banana or orange. */ // ====BEGIN PROMPTING CODE==== // Person A asks: console.printf("Knock Knock.\n"); // Person B asks and Person A's response is stored in the String who: String who = console.readLine("Who's there? "); // Person B responds: console.printf("%s who?\n", who); // ==== END PROMPTING CODE ====
Craig DennisTreehouse Teacher
Try this hack. Create a new bookmarklet with the following code:
When things are covered click try clicking it. You should be able to then clear the instructions off the screen.