C# C# Basics (Retired) Console I/O Formatting Output

Declare a variable named firstName and initialize it to the string returned from a call to Console.ReadLine().

Declare a variable named firstName and initialize it to the string returned from a call to Console.ReadLine().

CodeChallenge.cs
class abc
{
    static void main()
    {
        String firstName=System.Console.ReadLine();
    }
}

1 Answer

class abc { static void main() { String firstName=System.Console.ReadLine(); } }

Luc de Brouwer
Luc de Brouwer
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Using System is not necessary. You can define it at class level so you don't have to use it. And be careful with a capital S in 'String'

// libraries
using System;
// namespace definition
namespace whatevernamespace
{
// class definition
class abc
 {
// method definition
 static void main()
  {
// I/O variable definition
 string firstName = Console.ReadLine();
  }
 }
}