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Mukhtar Al MadenCourses Plus Student 1,415 Points
what should I do to pass this?
I couldn't pass I tried several different things and ran out of ideas
string heightInput = "168"; int.Parse.heightInput= 168; int height = int.Parse;
Fredrik Rönnehag2,342 Points
You need to parse the string heightInput to convert it to an integer.
Then store that int in an int variable named height.
int.Parse() is a method that you can add a parameter to.
string heightInput = "168"; int height = int.Parse(heightInput); // Declaring the new int height, then initialize by the = sign, making it equal to the value from the int.Parse(heightInput) method. // Sidenote: If the string isn't parseable by not containing numbers to form an int. The program will crash.