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C# C# Basics Methods Methods

What do i use to have my code print out to the console example compile and print "Hi!" out to the terminal?

Iv'e watched the videos so many time and i still don't understand.

2 Answers

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
221,297 Points

I assume you're referring to one or more of the "fill in the blank" questions. They all are missing a small part of the same demo program. Since the missing parts are different in each question, you can actually compare the questions with each other to determine what the complete program looks like. :see_no_evil:

But of course, it would be better to review basic program structure and method definition and calling syntax to be able to answer them individually.

I reviewed the videos so many times thanks though.

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
221,297 Points

Were you able to figure it out by comparing the questions?

No i didn't

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
221,297 Points

Try writing down or making a screenshot of each question and then comparing it to the next one. You might notice that where a blank is drawn in one, there is code in the other.