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1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,981 Points

Looks good so far. :+1:

But there's obviously more to be done, as suggested by the "Repeat until user quits" comment at the bottom (and the fact that it doesn't currently repeat).

And good job on making the snapshot to share. But you should also know how to format code you post here. See the Markdown Cheatsheet link at the bottom of the "Add an Answer" section for instructions on how to format posted code. :arrow_heading_down:

Your code seems technically accurate. One minor enhancement would be to remember to add extra spaces when doing string concatenation to prevent things running into each other. For example: "The answer is: " :point_left: notice extra space added at the end of the string in anticipation of the value to be concatenated onto it.

And a factor to help increase code readability would be to use level indentation, where each level of nesting is indicated by the amount of white space at the beginning of the line. For example, namespace Calculator would be at the left edge, then class Program would be indented one tab stop (or 4 spaces), then static void Main() would be indented 2 stops, and the program statements inside Main would be indented 3 stops.

You're clearly off to a good start, so keep up the good work and happy coding!