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C# C# Basics (Retired) Perform if

If and else code

This is confusing do i need to use a while loop? Where do the braces go? HELP!

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

1 Answer

Zack Mowrer
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Remove the semicolon on the line where the if statement starts. Also, move the opening parenthesis to right after the word if.

This is what it should look like

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

I have tested this, it should work.