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Java Local Development Environments Exploring Your IDE Clean up this mess

Jiahuang Zhou
Jiahuang Zhou
1,357 Points

the last challenge is failed.

i have no idea.

Messy.java
import java.util.Arrays;
import java.util.List;

public class Messy {
    public static void main(String[] args) {
        System.out.println("five");
        System.out.println("one");
        System.out.println("six");
        System.out.println("four");
        System.out.println("two");
        /*Please comment out this line and
        this line as well with a hotkey that does multi - line commenting*/
        List<String> numberWords = Arrays.asList("six", "seven", "eight", "nine");
        for (String numberWord : numberWords) {
            // Use the sout shortcut to write out numberWord;
            System.out.println(numberWord);
        }
    }
}
results.txt
five
one
six
four
two
six
seven
eight
nine

2 Answers

Seth Kroger
Seth Kroger
56,407 Points

You're very close to finishing this. The only thing left is that you need to print the number words in order from one to nine, which means you need to reorder the first five individual println statements from one to five.