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C# C# Basics If Statements "if" Statements

Does make any sense, new so please use BASIC terms???<<<

using System;

class Program

    static void CheckSpeed(double speed)
       if (CheckSpeed > 55)
        console.WriteLine("too fast");

    static void Main(string[] args)
        // This won't print anything.
        // This should print "too fast".


1 Answer

This might be quite late of a response, but if it helps then the contents of your method are incorrect and you cannot make a comparison on a method's name. Instead what you could do is "if (speed > 55)", as "speed" is a parameter that you are passing in to the method and you can manipulate it.