Please help a beginner in java programming

In summary, there is a request for help in finding mistakes in a Java program. The conversation also includes tips on posting code correctly and following Java naming conventions. There is also a reminder to provide more information, such as any errors encountered.
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I need help because I cannot find mistakes in my java program.
Please help me to find what my mistakes are in the following java program.
 

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From the next time onwards, please post your code inside the code tags instead of a screenshot. That helps us to directly quote portions of the code rather than typing out everything again. Click on this:

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paste your code, select the language and click on Continue.

That aside, from your screenshot, I see BlueJ already highlights the errors. There is no function nextint() or nextdouble() in the Scanner class. It's nextInt() and nextDouble(). Note the capitals. These follow from the Java function naming conventions.

Also, it is better if you name objects using the naming conventions. sc (small letters) is better than Sc. In addition, when you are taking input, you can use System.out.print(...) instead of System.out.println(...). The last one is just for aesthetics, though.
 
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grzz said:
TL;DR Summary: I need help because I cannot find mistakes in my java program.

Please help me to find what my mistakes are in the following java program.
Please repost your thread using the instructions from @Wrichik Basu -- You really need to post the code within code tags if you want to get help at PF with your code. Please also tell us what you think is wrong with the code; are you getting errors?

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