"It's me again! I think you already know enough to start making important decisions. It's high time that you concluded a contract with your new employer. You need to fill out an application. Here's the standard form. Just display its text on the screen, and that's it. Sign without reading it. That's what I always do."

Exercise: display the following text on the screen
My name is Amigo.

I agree to wages of $10/month in the first year.
I agree to wages of $20/month in the second year.
I agree to wages of $30/month in the third year.
I agree to wages of $40/month in the fourth year.
I agree to wages of $50/month in the fifth year.

Thank you, my friend Rishi, for your generosity!

Amigo thought for a minute:

"It doesn't look very generous to me. I remember this one phrase that Diego taught me…"

New exercise: write a program that displays the following text on the screen:
My name is Amigo.

I agree to wages of $5000/month in the first year.
I agree to wages of $5500/month in the second year.
I agree to wages of $7000/month in the third year.
I agree to wages of $8000/month in the fourth year.
I agree to wages of $10000/month in the fifth year.

Kiss my shiny metal rear actuator!

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Task
Java Syntax, level 1, lesson 6
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Contract
The rule "Always read the terms of the contract!" seems simple enough, but so many people get burned because they don't follow it! But programmers are not like that. They always carefully study project conditions/specifications and only then do they draw conclusions, make plans, and start working. Let's practice a useful skill: we'll change the terms of the contract to be more favorable.

Rishi returned.

"Well, how are you doing?"

"It's ready. I've signed it."

"Brilliant! I'll also sign without looking. Here on the Galactic Rush, we never cheat each other."

" Ha-ha. Thank you, my friend Rishi, for your generosity!"