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# C# if/else if condition

https://teamtreehouse.com/library/c-basics/perfect/if-else-if-else-2

CodeChallenge.cs
```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(temperature>=22)
{
Console.WriteLine("Too hot!");
}
```

STAFF

There's a couple of things going on here. First, we want it to print out "Just right" if the temperature is either 21 or 22. The way your code is now, it'll print that out if the temperature is 21, but will print out "Too hot!" if the temperature is 22. The biggest thing though, is that we don't use a condition on an else statement. An else statement is there to tell the code what to do if everything else has failed. Take a look at my solution:

```string input = Console.ReadLine();
int temperature = int.Parse(input);
if(temperature<21)
{
Console.WriteLine("Too cold!");
}
else if(temperature < 23) {
Console.WriteLine("Just right.");
}
else {
Console.WriteLine("Too hot!");
}
```

Hope this helps!

you were pretty close....but insted of && = and, you should use || = or :)

else if(temperature == 21 || temperature == 22)

also for (temperature>=22) you only wish to apply this for above the 22, so > insted of >= ;)