Problems with the Workspace
The workspace doesn't seem to be recognising the quotation marks used with string variables. Anytime a string is used, the quotation marks along with the information inside appear as red and when I try to compile the program I get the error message: "error CS1525: Unexpected symbol
;', or=' "
It doesn't seem to be a mistake in the code that I've written because even if I copy the code directly from the lesson and paste it into my Workspace I get the same error.
Steven Parker207,999 Points
It could be the wrong type of quote.
The printed lesson material may use word-processor style ("curly") quotes instead of programmer ("straight") quotes.
I know that's the case with most of the challenges. I've often used "cut and paste" to be sure to get correct string responses, but I quickly learned to not cut the quotes themselves.
Thanks for your replies.
It seems like there's only the straight kind of quotation marks on my keyboard(I'm using a MacBook air). I tried copying and pasting different quotation marks from different sources and it doesn't seem to make any difference. I even tried switching over to windows thinking that might produce different quotation marks and that didn't help it either. It's not a huge issue just a minor annoyance. I'll probably just follow along using Visual Studio if I can't figure out what the problem is exactly.
Please let me know if you have any other ideas on what the solution might be. Thanks!