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

Adan Huerta
Adan Huerta
3,209 Points

Why won't it accept Adobe as the correct answer?

Am I missing something here? Adobe -> Namespace Illustrator -> Controller Canvas -> Class Paint -> Method

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
218,694 Points

Because "Adobe" is only part of the answer.

Going from right to left (:point_left: this way) in a fully-qualified method call, you would find the method , then the class, and finally the namespace. All components are separated by periods and only the namespace may contain a period.

There isn't any "controller" part of a fully-qualified method name.

Adan Huerta
Adan Huerta
3,209 Points

Ah, thank you. I answered it correctly after multiple tries and re-reading the question repeatedly. Your explanation really helps!