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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

task 2 of 2

String = ("bookTitle.") + System.Console.ReadLine);

2 Answers

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
228,131 Points

Here's a few hints:

  • the code you wrote for task 1 should remain, and the task 2 code is added beneath it
  • C# is case-sensitive, so the keyword "string" must be in all lower case
  • don't put quotes around variable names (quotes are for creating a string literal)
  • you also won't need parentheses around the variable name
  • there should not be a period (".") after the variable name
  • the equal sign ("=") should go after the variable name
  • you won't need a plus sign
  • to call a method, the method name should be followed by a pair of parentheses :point_right: ()