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Ahsan Parwez3,139 Points
there is no error in the code still it doesn't let me proceed any ideas why?
when i press check work it prompts bummer and won't let me pass it I have ran the code and it is working as required. Can't understand why it is not letting proceed.
// I have initialized a java.io.Console for you. It is in a variable named console. console.printf("Do you understand do while loops "); String response = console.readLine(" "); console.printf("%s\n",response);
Steve Hunter57,709 Points
The first part of the question wants you to store the user's response to a question in a variable named
response; that could look like:
String response = console.readLine("Do you understand while loops? ");
Your code doesn't contain that in the same line, which is why the compiler is giving you an error of You need to use console.readLine to ask 'Do you understand while loops?'.
Have a go with that code and see how you get on with the next task, which is setting up the
while loop. Shout back if you need some help.