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Java Java Basics Perfecting the Prototype Conditional ints

what is the keyword to exit inside the if block in java

int number =3; if(number<4){ console.printf("There is table for you guys!"); break; }

int numberOfPeople=3;
  console.printf("Your table if ready.");

2 Answers

Hi Linda,

The exit() method of the System class is used. Use dot notation and pass it the parameter zero.

That all looks like:


I hope that helps,


Thank you, Steve! I got it working as well, awesome.

Good work! :+1: :smile: