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I dont know what to do!!!
I really dont know what this means!!!
string bookTitle = "Ability Mindscape"; System.Console.Write("Enter a book title: ");
Carlos Federico Puebla Larregle21,073 Points
First you create a variable called "bookTitle", second you assign a value to it (a string value in this case), third you are going to prompt to the console a message asking for a "book". Finally you are going to use the "ReadLine()" function so you can "catch" the user's input.
string bookTitle = "Ability Mindscape"; System.Console.Write("Enter a book title: "); bookTitle = System.Console.ReadLine();
I hope that helps a little bit
Adrian Reszka4,555 Points
to put it in to steps . 1 step (1 line) : Create variable named bookTitle of type string and assign a text string of "Ability Mindscape" to this variable.
2 step (2 line) : System.Consol.Write - its basicly a method taken from c# libary, treat is as a keyword used to print somthing in the console. the thing in the "()" is the value that will be printed.