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C# C# Basics (Retired) Perfect Validating Input

Aaron Coursolle
Aaron Coursolle
18,014 Points

Resolved: In last code challenge: An error in logic.

Hi, I noticed a small mistake in the code challenge question (it doesn't affect validating if the code is correct or not; it just might cause confusion). According to the chart, the code should print "Just right" instead of "Too cold!"

Original Challenge Wording: The following table describes my room temperature preferences. Print the message from the table when a user enters a number in the corresponding range. For example, if temperature is 21 the code should print "Too cold!" to the screen.

Temperature (deg C) -- Message; Less than 21 deg -- Too cold!; 21 deg to 22 deg -- Just right.; Greater than 22 deg -- Too hot!

3 Answers

Jeremy McLain
Jeremy McLain
Treehouse Guest Teacher

Good catch Aaron! I fixed the wording.

Hi Aaron,

Very nice spot, I'd missed that one. I'll pass the feedback on to Jeremy McLain.

Tomasz Necek
Tomasz Necek
Courses Plus Student 7,028 Points

Why I couldn't put : else if(temperature == 21||22) ?? There was a problem with " || " . Thanks.

Hi Tomasz,

temperature == 21||22 would actually read as (temperature == 21) OR (22).

Whereas I think you are meaning (temperature == 21) OR (temperature == 22)