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Chrispin Sinyangwe199 Points
Using the console's printf method, display a message that says, "First name: ", followed by the first name that the user
what does that mean
// I have imported java.io.Console for you. It is a variable called console. String firstName = console.readLine("what is your name? "); String lastName = console.readLine("what is your last name? "); console.printf("first name:);
Steve Hunter57,710 Points
You're nearly there with that. You want to output a string as set in the question:
"First name:". After the text, put a placeholder. As we're inserting your
firstName string, use
%s, inside the "" of the string. Then, after the
"First name:" string but within the brackets of the
printf add a comma, then the variable name
firstName. That inserts the contents of
fisrtName into the string you created.
it all looks like:
console.printf("First name: %s", firstName);
I hope that helps,