Write a program that reads your age from the console and prints your age after 10 years.
What have you tried so far?
I just noticed my description said problem 10 but this is for problem 11 in Chapter 1. I researched DateTime.AddYears(Int32) Method (System) | Microsoft Docs, but was not able to determine or find any examples of adding an int value to DateTime. It only returns the date format. I have provided the code I most recently tried, but have tried a variety of formats and still cannot get this to work properly using System.DateTime.Addyears()
Console.WriteLine("Please, enter your age"); int age = int.Parse(Console.ReadLine()); DateTime myNewAge = DateTime.Now.AddYears(10); Console.WriteLine(myNewAge + age);
DateTime class is quite complex for introductory problems, I suggest a simpler solution - for example the input can be your age as a number, and then convert this to
int, and print it with 10 added.
Thanks. I was able to get your solution to work.
Thanks …this works
Console.WriteLine(“Please, enter your age”);
int age = int.Parse(Console.ReadLine());
Console.WriteLine("Your future age is: " + (age + 10) );