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C# C# Basics (Retired) Perform if

Jeongeui Ji
Jeongeui Ji
3,761 Points

Something went wrong...

I have no idea why i got it wrong at all. Please, help me...

string language = Console.ReadLine();
if (language == "C#");
    Console.WriteLine("C# Rocks!");  

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
211,076 Points

:point_right: You have a stray semicolon on the if line.

Placing a semicolon after the conditional part of an if expression creates an empty statement, making the entire expression a non-operation (no-op). The following block in braces is no longer conditional and will be always executed.