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Build Basic Android Apps with Java
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Why does the “One…” statement still end up on the same line as the “Three… Two…” statement when, I used the System.out.println syntax for it???
I was expecting the Sytem.out.println to create and new line for the statement…
I was expecting it “One…” to print on another line as well but I realized why it printed on “Three… Two…” instead. The reason for that was because “Three… Two…” was never given the command to print on two separate lines so whatever is printed after that will be included in the “Three… Two…” output as a complete line.
It looks like it is not working in that way. Even when I use println it is still remaining in the same line rather than moving to the next one. Ideally as per the theoretical concept when the print is used it will remain on the same line but when the println is used it should move to the next line.
For anyone who’s still confused about the println function, it adds a new line after the (output);
And only after the output.
Something that isn’t mentioned (that I could find), but is VERY important, is that commands in this language are case sensitive. As an example: system.out.print(“”) will result in a compiling error vs. System.out.print(“”) will not. Mentioning this prior to the exercises might result in fewer errors by students who currently have to make that realization for themselves.