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C# C# Basics Strings Combining Strings

Is my code correct C# string interpolation

Hey community I would appreciate some help with this code, it's just not compiling

thank you

using System;

class Program

    static string Eat(string foodOne, string foodTwo)
        return $"{I think} foodOne {and} foodTwo {are tasty}!";

    static void Main(string[] args)
        Console.WriteLine(Eat("apples", "blueberries"));
        Console.WriteLine(Eat("carrots", "daikon"));


2 Answers

The brackets go around foodOne and foodTwo since those are what is being replaced.

Thanks appreciate it