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C# C# Objects Loops and Final Touches Constants

Leo Ngai
Leo Ngai
2,184 Points

It keeps on saying compile error. But I did changed the magic numbers. Help!

It keeps on saying compile error. But I did changed the magic numbers. Help!

CodeChallenge.cs
private const int _midtier = 100000;
private const int _hightier = 150000;
private const string _redColor = "red";
private const string _yellowColor = "yellow";
private const string _greenColor = "green";

const int revenue = 125000;
string status = null;

if (revenue < _midtier)
{
    status = _redColor;
}
else if (revenue < _hightier)
{
    status = _yellowColor;
}
else
{
    status = _greenColor;
}

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,645 Points

:point_right: Whenever you get a compile error, use the Preview button.

The preview will show you the actual output from the compiler, which can provide a helpful clue. In this case, it's a bunch of messages saying, "Unexpected symbol `private'"

An access modifier doesn't make sense here, so just remove the "private" from your constants and you should pass the challenge since you did change all the "magic numbers" as required.