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so i found that a lot of normal commands don't work
TayyabAbdullah1

I found that words like "string" work, and that all commands which have been written in there from the start work. however, it comes with stuff like "Console.Writeline("hello world");" and console.writeline works too. but things like Console. READLINE dont work, and I have used compilers in the past so i know how to write the stuff and i know its not some spelling mistake.

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TayyabAbdullah

oh yea btw this is me on my main account, the account i made the post on was for school before i was able to access my gmail code, and now it works some reason i think it might have been bugged? but it still doesnt show autofill options

SixBeeps

To add onto what @JustCoding123 said, it's Console.ReadLine and not Console.Readline.

TayyabAbdullah

@SixBeeps it didnt autofill for me, so i was trying different way and I tried "Console.Readline" first, but when it said it didnt contain a definition I tried other spellings to see if i did it wrong

SixBeeps

@TayyabAbdullah Don't rely on Code Intelligence to know what you're coding. I rarely ever tell people how to code, but this is one of those things that I really believe, that you should be able to do all of this without that feature.

TayyabAbdullah

@SixBeeps i know, most of the time i dont use it but its just such a nice quality of life feature that i feel im missing out on

JustCoding123

You wrote Convert.tostring when it should be Convert.ToString. Docs link

TayyabAbdullah

@JustCoding123 i tried Convert.tostring as well before, but it doesnt autofill or anything and it still didnt work