FAQ: Arrays - Building Arrays

This community-built FAQ covers the “Building Arrays” exercise from the lesson “Arrays”.

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I just took too long to figure out something that the instructions didn’t make clear, so I wanted to share it with any who might share my confusion. In Learn C# > Arrays > 2. Building Arrays, it doesn’t tell you that each string in your array needs to have quotes (") around it in order to work. All of the examples are Int, which don’t require that.