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C# C# Basics (Retired) Perfect if / else if / else

Bummer: I entered "21". I expected "Just right." but got "Just right" instead.

How should i pass this?

string input = Console.ReadLine();
int temperature = int.Parse(input);
if (temperature < 21) {
    Console.WriteLine("Too cold!");
else if (temperature == 21 || temperature == 22) {
    Console.WriteLine("Just right");
else {
    Console.WriteLine("Too hot!");

1 Answer

you are doing well... use "Just right." instead of "Just right".. (dot is missing)

Console.WriteLine("Just right.");

Thanks, i should analyze more , get angry less