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Java Introduction to Functional Programming Java's Functional Toolset Using forEach

This challenge involves creating a declarative loop that outputs a series of strings followed by exclamation points. You

package com.teamtreehouse.challenges;

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

public class Printer {

public static void main(String[] args) { List<String> chipmunks = Arrays.asList("Alvin", "Simon", "Theodore"); System.out.println("Imperative results:"); printChipmunksImperatively(chipmunks); System.out.println("Declarative results:"); printChipmunksDeclaratively(chipmunks); }

public static void printChipmunksImperatively(List<String> chipmunks) { for (String chipmunk : chipmunks) { System.out.printf("%s! %n", chipmunk); } }

public static void printChipmunksDeclaratively(List<String> chipmunks) { // TODO: Print out each of the chipmunks using the forEach method on Iterable

 chipmunks.forEach(chipmunk->System.out.printf("%s! %n", chipmunk));

}

}

NB!!!whatts wrong here