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I cant write int with a dot followed after "int" when i try to enter int.Parse("xx")
Whenever I write the dot (.) after "int" in the console it immediately gives me an error and won't allow me to complete the line. It says "Unhandled exceptions" followed by "System.ArgumentException: Cannot be less than one" in the next line, which is then followed by 33 lines of text saying something like "Mono.Terminal.LineEditor.UpdateCompletionWindow......"
Steven Parker217,557 Points
Just to be sure, you're typing this in at the "
csharp>" prompt, right? I don't seem to be able to replicate the symptom.
When I type the peroid, I get a little helper box with a list of possible things to put next, starting with "CompareTo". It doesn't exit, even if I type the complete line and get the (expected) error.
This might be an issue to take up with the Support staff.
I've attached a link to a picture showing what happens when I write "int."
I've also highlighted the line where i write "int." (in the picture)
Ill also try to contact support, thank you for the advice. I actually thought this was support :p
Well, this is embarrassing. It works now so i think i just needed to restart the workspace. Thanks for the help anyway :)