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C# The Solution

Difference in my code and lecturer code

He assigned 'movie' to 'thing' whereas I didn't yet we got the same results. Does it matter?

here is my code: https://w.trhou.se/qrmjc37h18

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,980 Points

The final result is the same, but the purpose of the exercise is to practice combining variables and strings together.

So essentially, you just skipped parts of the exercise by writing strings that contain what you would have made by concatenation with the "thing" variable. The difference is not what the code produces, but what you've learned in the process.