C# C# Streams and Data Processing Parsing Data Working with Enums

working with Enums

in the weatherForecast class, add an auto property named condition to hold a condition value

Program.cs
using System;
using System.IO;

namespace Treehouse.CodeChallenges
{
    public class Program
    {
        public static void Main(string[] arg)
        {
        }

        public static WeatherForecast ParseWeatherForecast(string[] values)
        {
            var weatherForecast = new WeatherForecast();
            DateTime timeOfDay;
            if (DateTime.TryParse(values[1], out timeOfDay))
            {
                weatherForecast.TimeOfDay = timeOfDay;
            }
            return weatherForecast;
        }
    }
}
WeatherForecast.cs
using System;

/* Sample CSV Data 

weather_station_id,time_of_day,condition,temperature,precipitation_chance,precipitation_amount
HGKL8Q,06/11/2016 0:00,Rain,53,0.3,0.03
HGKL8Q,06/11/2016 6:00,Cloudy,56,0.08,0.01
HGKL8Q,06/11/2016 12:00,PartlyCloudy,70,0,0
HGKL8Q,06/11/2016 18:00,Sunny,76,0,0
HGKL8Q,06/11/2016 19:00,Clear,74,0,0
*/

namespace Treehouse.CodeChallenges
{
    public class WeatherForecast
    {
        public string WeatherStationId { get; set; }
        public DateTime TimeOfDay { get; set; }
    }
      weatherForecast.Condition = condition;
    }
    public enum Condition
    {
     Rain,
     Cloudy,
     PartlyCloudy,
     PartlySunny,
     Sunny,
     Clear
     }
   }

2 Answers

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
163,416 Points

For the format of an auto property, the existing ones (WeatherStationId, TimeOfDay) can serve as examples. What's unique about the one you need to add is that it has the same name as its type:

        public Condition Condition  { get; set; }

Also, there's a stray extra closing brace between the original properties and the new one.

thanks was offline sorry