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C# C# Basics (Retired) Console I/O Namespaces

Bruh Moment
Bruh Moment
3,039 Points

I don't understand almost everything on this namespaces quiz

Hello, I've searched everywhere for the GOOD explanation or answers for this quiz. Everyone says to re-watch the video but I still can't find answers. Plz help me!

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
216,083 Points

Just remember two rules about fully-qualified method names:

  1. The 3 parts of the name are: namespace.class.method.
  2. The parts are separated by periods, and only the namespace can contain periods.
Bruh Moment
Bruh Moment
3,039 Points

But, for example in the Adobe thing it doesn't accept the answer "Adobe"

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
216,083 Points

Sure, because that's only part of the namespace name. Rule 1 is that there are only 3 parts, and rule 2 let's you know that if you see more than 2 periods, the namespace must itself have multiple words separated by periods.