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I am a newbie with a piece of code that wont run like its example. Even the example code cut and pasted in my IDE wont work. The output is always red twice.
C#
using System;

namespace MyApplication
{
    class Car
    {
        string color = "red";
        int maxSpeed = 200;

        static void Main(string[] args)
        {
            Car myObj = new Car();
            Console.WriteLine(myObj.color);
            Console.WriteLine(myObj.maxSpeed);
        }
    }
}


What I have tried:

retyping
changing attributes and variables
copy paste the original code example
Posted
Updated 15-Dec-19 22:19pm
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Comments
Mohibur Rashid 15-Dec-19 17:05pm
   
Please learn about access modifier. Bu default class members are private. And copy paste is not the best way to learn.
Maciej Los 16-Dec-19 4:07am
   
Where from you get this piece of code?

Before you start using someone's code, i'd strongly recommend to start with basics. An MSDN documentation[^] is the place where you can start. You can also buy a book or find online tutorial...

If you would like to know how to create your first console applicationa with custom class, please follow this: Classes - C# Programming Guide | Microsoft Docs[^]
   
Try like this:
using System;

namespace MyApplication
{
	class Program
	{
		static void Main(string[] args)
		{
				Car myObj = new Car();
				Console.WriteLine(myObj.color);
				Console.WriteLine(myObj.maxSpeed);
		}

		public class Car
		{
			public string color = "red";
			public int maxSpeed = 200;
		}
	}
}

It's also possible to put the Car class outside the Program class:
class Car
{
    public string color = "red";
    public int maxSpeed = 200;
}

In fact it is recommended to put each class in it's own file, but for such a small example it is not necessary.
Note that the use of Access modifiers like Public for a class differs when using a Console or Winforms application, the Console application sometimes does not like it.
   
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