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C# C# Basics (Retired) Console I/O Console I/O

On a new line, use the System.Console.Write() method to print "Enter a book title: " to the console.

I just write like this System.Consloe.Write("enter a book title:"); But it told me am wrong mayb I didn't understand z question.


1 Answer

Arturo Alviar
Arturo Alviar
15,739 Points

Hi. You understand the question and are going about it the write way you just have a few problems.

  • You misspelled the word Console.
  • The second thing is that you are not printing the string Treehouse wants you to print.

This is how it should look like.

 //notice the capital E in enter and the space after title:
System.Console.Write("Enter a book title: ");

Hope this helps!