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C# C# Basics Strings Combining Strings

Sebastian Manczak
Sebastian Manczak
3,551 Points

basic concatenation1

I am missing something else here..

Program.cs
using System;

class Program
{

    // YOUR CODE HERE: Define an Eat method!
    static string Eat(string foodOne, string foodTwo)
    {
    return = "I think" + foodOne + "and" + foodTwo + "are tasty";
    }
    static void Main(string[] args)
    {
        Console.WriteLine(Eat("apples", "blueberries"));
        Console.WriteLine(Eat("carrots", "daikon"));
    }

}

2 Answers

You are a lot closer. Some more hints:

  • return doesn't require an assignment operator
  • the string should end with an exclamation point
  • the string should also have spaces between words
Sebastian Manczak
Sebastian Manczak
3,551 Points

Thank you, what is an assignment operator?

it is the equals sign :) it is an operator assigning a value to a variable