Chapter 1.1: C# Intro

Learn by doing!

var name = "Bob";
var n = 3;
var temp = 34.4;
Console.WriteLine($"Hello, {name}! You have {n} in your inbox. The temperature is {temp} celcius");

C# has a variety of data types and unlike Python you have to declare the type of variable you want to instantiate (ie. for an integer variable you have to use int <variable>; ). The syntax is mildly inconvenient, however, luckily you can be lazy and use the “var” declaration which automatically assigns a type to the instantiated object/variable.

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