FAQ: Hello World - Getting Input

This community-built FAQ covers the " Getting Input" exercise from the lesson “Hello World”.

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Why is the command “dotnet run” instead of something like “dotnet Program” or “dotnet GettingInput”?


What is the use of this dollar mark?!



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I’m not sure where to put the code dotnet run… Please help


Hey! You’re supposed to type dotnet run in codecademy’s interactive Terminal, the tab is titled bash.

same, and they dont let you move on if you dont get it right!