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C# C# Basics (Retired) Console I/O Console I/O

Use the System.Console.ReadLine method to read the user’s response from the console and store it in a variable named boo

Use the System.Console.ReadLine method to read the user’s response from the console and store it in a variable named bookTitle.

CodeChallenge.cs
System.Console.Write("Enter a book title: " );
String bookTitle = System.Console.ReadLine ;

i can't get past this, and it's seriously driving me insane.

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
230,024 Points

When invoking ("calling") a function, use parentheses.

You must always have parentheses :point_right: () :point_left: after the function name whether or not the function requires an argument

String bookTitle = System.Console.ReadLine();