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C# C# Basics (Retired) Perform if

Write code to print "C# Rocks!" to the console if language equals "C#".

string language = Console.ReadLine();

2 Answers

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
210,424 Points

You might start by writing an if statement.

This was suggested by the instructions. And you'll also need a Console.WriteLine to output your message.

Thank you! ;)

Philip Collins
Philip Collins
13,249 Points

string language = Console.ReadLine(); if (language = C#) {
Console.WriteLine("C# Rocks!") }

not correct? :/

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
210,424 Points

Not quite:

  • you put an assignment operator ("=") where you need a comparison operator ("==")
  • you forgot to put quotes around "C#"
  • you forgot to put a semicolon (";") after the WriteLine statement