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C# C# Streams and Data Processing Reading Data Encoding


What have I done wrong?

byte[] mysteryMessage = {89, 0, 97, 0};
string messageContents = UnicodeEncoding.Unicode.GetString(mysteryMessage);

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
212,147 Points

You initialized your message with "89, 0, 97, 0", but the instructions said to "initialize it with the following values: 89, 0, 97, 0, 121, 0, 33, 0".

Well that's embarrassing, a simple reading comprehension error. I wonder why this was not picked up as an error in the first task of the challenge?

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
212,147 Points

That is curious. Perhaps you'd want to submit a bug report to Support.