Console.WriteLine() and Console.ReadLine() usage

How do I properly use Console.WriteLine() and Console.ReadLine() I keep getting errors

Hello, @chiprunner08933! Welcome to the forum!
If you post your code, I’ll take a look. Click the </> button in the menu bar, and then paste your code in the space indicated. Hard to say what might be wrong without seeing what you have tried.

using System;

namespace  Chat
{
  class Program
  {
    static void Main()
    {
      Console.WriteLine(Parker!);
      Console.WriteLine(Yes?)
        Console.WrtieLine(How are you doing today?)
        
     }
  }
}

EDIT by a Moderator: formatting corrected in above post


If you click the </> button, you’ll see the image below. Then paste your code in the highlighted area.
capture_r

When you do that, your code’s original formatting will be preserved, and those seeking to help you, can copy your code, and run it for themselves to aid you in debugging. You code will appear like this:

using System;

namespace Chat
{
  class Program
  {
    static void Main()
    {
      Console.WriteLine(Parker!);
      Console.WriteLine(Yes?) //missing semicolon
      Console.WrtieLine(How are you doing today?) //missing semicolon

     }

  }
}

Every statement in C# needs to end with a semicolon. Also, the strings that you are trying to print need to be enclosed in quotation marks like so:

Console.WriteLine("Hello World!");