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C# C# Objects Loops and Final Touches Constants

Am I missing something?

I believe I have done everything right as I was ased and yet it still doesnt recognize my answers as correct. Have I done anything wrong? If so please point towards whatever I have done wrong because I simply do not understand what am I supposed to do here.

const int revenue = 125000;
string status = null;

if (revenue < 100000)
    status = "red";
else if (revenue < 150000)
    status = "yellow";
    status = "green";

1 Answer

Tim Danner
Tim Danner
3,281 Points

I remember doing this challenge too, had to declare variables for each number and string to replace the magic numbers and magic strings.

const int high = 150000;
const int low = 100000;

const string upperClass = "green";
const string middleClass = "yellow";
const string lowerClass = "red";

Please enlighten me if you have better ideas of naming the variables, and I hope this helps. 😀

Ive tried applying this code but either it doesnt work or I dont know in what order to place it

Edi: I figured it out. Thank you very much!