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# Need help with getting the right result

I am getting the result of too cold for temperature 21, and compiler comes back with all three results of just right and too hot in a single run. Can someone help me with this issue?

CodeChallenge.cs
```string input = Console.ReadLine();
int temperature = int.Parse(input);

if (temperature >= 20);
{
Console.WriteLine("Too cold!");
}
if(temperature == 21);
{
Console.WriteLine("Just right.");
}
if(temperature <= 22);
{
Console.WriteLine("Too hot!");
}
```

There are a couple of things I see wrong here:

1. You are placing semicolons “;” at the end of each conditional “if()”, semicolons are only to be used at the end of expressions.
2. The logic seams a little odd to me. Regarding to temperature reading, the high the number the warmer it should be. The lower the number the colder it should be. So the logic in any case should be: (temperature <= 20) = “Too Cold” and (temperature >= 22) = “Too Hot”. Between 20 and 22 is the sweet spot (21).

So the code should look like this:

```            string input = Console.ReadLine();
int temperature = int.Parse(input);

if(temperature <= 20)
Console.WriteLine("Too cold!");
else if(temperature >= 22)
Console.WriteLine("Too hot!");
else
Console.WriteLine("Just right");

```

Note:

1. I didn't include curly brackets "{}" after reach conditional "if()" because only a single line of code follows. This is only optional.
2. I included "Console.ReadKey();" so the console would not close.

Cheers! Happy Coding!

```            string input = Console.ReadLine();
int temperature = int.Parse(input);

if (temperature <= 20)
{
Console.WriteLine("too cold");
}
else if (temperature == 21)
{
Console.WriteLine("just right");
}
else if (temperature >= 22)
{
Console.WriteLine("Too hot");
}
```