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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

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

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
218,861 Points

You're really close! And the challenge gave you a hint: "Bummer: The variable declaration should start with 'string'."

C# is a case-sensitive language, and this code has the word "String" (with a capital "S") instead of "string" (with a lower-case "s").

Fix that and you should pass!