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C# C# Basics (Retired) Console I/O Namespaces

ali raafat
ali raafat
444 Points

can i get the answer for this one plz

i cant find any answer i tried everything

ali raafat : Do you know how to post your code so we can see what you've done so far?

2 Answers

Jennifer Nordell
Jennifer Nordell
Treehouse Teacher

Hi there Ali! First, I don't know which question you're referring to, nor am I likely to give a direct answer without knowing what you've tried thus far. Also, the questions are presented in a random order, so "this one" doesn't narrow down to which question you're referring. But here are some hints:

Q: What is the purpose of the following code statement?

:bulb: Look around 3:23 of this video

:warning: This hint can be applied to three separate quiz questions.

:bulb: Adobe.Illustrator.Canvas.Paint consists of 3 parts. The method which is the last item (Paint). The class, which is the next to last item (Canvas). And the namespace which is everything before the class. Remember, a namespace can contain a dot to represent a separation between the company and the particular product.

Hope this helps! :sparkles:

Aurelian Spodarec
Aurelian Spodarec
10,789 Points

Of course you can! The answer is in the video, if you re-watch it!

But on a serious note, try to re-watch it, sometimes when I learn, i might not get it the first time, in fact, I'm re-watching the videos all the time.