hello to everyone.currently i 'm learning foundational c# for certification! there is somthing wrong with this question ; https://www.freecodecamp.org/learn/foundational-c-sharp-with-microsoft/add-logic-to-c-sharp-console-applications/control-variable-scope-and-logic-using-code-blocks-in-c-sharp. i don’t agree with the answer of the exercice
Hi @vanleroy53, welcome to the FCC forum!
The first two options suggest the removal of curly brackets for code blocks. Here, code blocks refer to groupings of one or more statements in a program. However, it’s important to clarify that we cannot remove curly braces in code blocks for
if statements. The third option, ‘Always choose a style that improves readability,’ suggests that when dealing with a code block, we must keep curly braces, while in the case of a single line, their removal can enhance readability.
I think this is the reason the third one was right.