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Accepting Input

  • Console.ReadLine() allows your user to type a line of text, followed by the enter key, into your program
  • You can use the Console Key Info to see if your user pressed the Alt, Shift or Ctrl keys
  • You'll need to use the ToString method if you are using ConsoleKeyInfo.Key to get the key press
  • The Console.ReadKey() method writes out the key press to the console window as the user types