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Java Java Basics Perfecting the Prototype Looping until the value passes

What is wrong with my code?

What is wrong with my code?

// I have initialized a java.io.Console for you. It is in a variable named console.
String response;
boolean noun;
response = console.readLine("Do you understand do while loops");
noun = ("Do you understand do while loops");

1 Answer

Brendon Butler
Brendon Butler
4,242 Points

You can get rid of your boolean variable as it is not needed. Question 2 wants you to keep looping as long as the response is equal to "no" (ignoring case). You'll want to use the method equalsIgnoreCase as was taught in a previous tutorial. Your code should look a little like this:

String response;

do {
  response = console.readLine("Do you understand do while loops?  ");
} while (response.equalsIgnoreCase("no"));