As far as I know you have to use the + sign in your system.out.println command, if you want to connect several messages.
Example: System.out.println("The house" + "green") ;
However, do you make the compiler distinguish between the "connecting" + sign and the additive + sign? Especially if you want to use both together.
For example: System.out.println("The current value of a+c is" + a+c) ;
I am using the latest Eclipse version.
I also noticed that you cannot simply use someting like System.out.println("blub" + c-a ) ;
How can this be fixed ?