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C# C# Basics (Retired) Perform if

George Gregorczyk
George Gregorczyk
3,028 Points

I do not know how to solve this question

I get errors and need the right code.

string language = Console.ReadLine("C# Rocks!");
language = C#;
language == C#;
if (language == C#){
    Console.ReadLine ("C# Rocks!"); 


1 Answer

Ben Reynolds
Ben Reynolds
35,170 Points
string language = Console.ReadLine("C# Rocks!");
language = C#;   // These two lines can be deleted. 
language == C#; // The exercise will submit its own value for language when it tests your code
if (language == C#) // We're checking for a string value here so you'll need quotes
    Console.ReadLine ("C# Rocks!");  // We need to print to the console, not read from it. You'll need a different method than ReadLine.