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

Use the System.Console.Write() method to print "Enter a book title: " to the console.

task 1 of 2

system.console.Writeline("Enter a book title");

2 Answers

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
221,451 Points

You entered "system.console.Writeline", but the instructions specifically ask you to "Use the System.Console.Write() method "

And FYI, even if it wasn't being specific, the C# language is case-sensitive, so identifiers are only recognized when spelled with the correct capitalization.

Also, once you get that fixed, the challenge will give you another hint, but here is a preview: "Make sure to use the exact message from the instructions. Note the trailing space. Copy/paste if you like!"

21,030 Points

the console C should be in capital letters. try to use visual studio it will help you with its built in intelisense technology

Console.Writeline("Enter a book title");