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stephen Capes1,002 Points
why is this not right?
I'm not 100% sure I just feel like I've applied what I was told to do in the previous lesson.. some help ?
string heightInput = "168"; int height = int.parse(heightInput);
Steven Parker216,768 Points
You're really close there. But C# is a case-sensitive language, and you have "parse" (with a lower-case "p") instead of "Parse" (capital "P").