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AnswerRe: Can a button in a simple html-document somehow call a (clientside) C# method? Pin
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QuestionSimple C# question - Begginer's lesson, please aid. Pin
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I'm sorry, so my console.writeline should be Console.WriteLine.Tostring("Soma =" soma) ???

Or if not, could you post the correct sequence?

I just realized... all we need is a comma, right? Between the string side and the Variable side.

does

Console.WriteLine("Soma =", soma);

works?

modified 4-Sep-20 21:46pm.

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