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    Operator Cannot be applied to operand

    private double avgdailyprice = 1;

    Print("Show this: " && avgdailyprice);

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    What language; C#? && is the and operator, you cannot concat with that. Use + for string concatenation. I don't think the && exists in VB.NET; the & would be concat. Although I think that + is overloaded to work with strings in VB.NET as well, but I cannot recall.

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    def not C# or VB

    'Print' as it relates to the context is not a valid C# or VB method

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    its C#, thanks, the + worked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alykins View Post
    def not C# or VB

    'Print' as it relates to the context is not a valid C# or VB method
    Oh yeah good call. That'd be writeline in C#. Java could use print, but only off of a statically imported java.lang.System.out, and would still need out.print called on it.
    Perhaps a custom method in place here.

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    You should write + sign for concatenation in C# like console.WriteLine("hello"+"World");


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