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C# C# Basics (Retired) Console I/O Formatting Output

WriteLine

Use Console.WriteLine to print the contents of the firstName variable to the screen.

CodeChallenge.cs
string firstName=System.Console.ReadLine();
firstName=System.Console.WriteLine("Enter the firstName");

1 Answer

Antonio De Rose
Antonio De Rose
20,884 Points
//Use Console.WriteLine to print the contents of the firstName variable to the screen.

string firstName=System.Console.ReadLine();
firstName=System.Console.WriteLine("Enter the firstName"); //Console.WriteLine, does not meant to be saved in a variable, as it does not add value, by saving to a variable.
//btw, it is asking to print the contents, in the firstName variable, and not "Enter the FirstName"