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C# C# Basics (Retired) Perform if

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Steven Parker
Steven Parker
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Here's some hints:

  • ReadLine doesn't take any arguments
  • you won't need to change the line that was provided, your new code will go after it
  • you'll first need an "if" statement
  • inside the code block of the "if" you'll need a Console.WriteLine
  • WriteLine does take an argument