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Hello, tech people,

I'm newly appeared at the software stage and I don't know more than I know. So, please bare with me and give me some clear guidelines.

I'm trying to code some simple solution of one of my first tasks in Java and I can't find my mistake here. The main reason for writing this code is that I want to print my names with the count of its letters.


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Java
package com.company;

public class Main {

    public static void main(String[] args) {
        // write your code here


    String meFirstName = "Smarty";
    String meLastName = "Trousers";
    String meFullName = meFirstName + " " + meLastName;
    int letters = meFullName.length();
    System.out.println("My fullname is " + meFullname + ".");
    System.out.println("My name has" + " " + letters + " " + "letters.");
}
}



Thank you for answering!

What I have tried:

To print the full name and also the sum of the letters in it.
Posted
Updated 29-Dec-18 22:42pm
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1 solution

Java
System.out.println("My fullname is " + meFullname + ".");

Variable names in Java are case sensitive, so you nee to use the same upper and lower case letters in every reference. Your definition is meFullName with upper case N.
   
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cod&doc 30-Dec-18 16:48pm
   
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Unfortunately, error 3 and 8 are still the same. But thank you for your time. :)
Richard MacCutchan 31-Dec-18 2:57am
   
Firstly, they are not "errors 3 and 8"; that is the line and column number referred to in the error message. I suggest you go to The Java™ Tutorials[^] and learn the Java language first.
cod&doc 31-Dec-18 5:58am
   
Useless comment, but anyways. Happy New Year!
Richard MacCutchan 31-Dec-18 9:04am
   
A bit like your useless "error" messages then. But, hey, if you would rather write code without actually learning the language, then good luck to you.

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