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All C# expressions are preceded with the character “@“. For example:

<h1>@DateTime.Now.ToShortDateString()</h1>

If your C# code needs spaces, then it must be wrapped in parentheses:

<p>Last week this time: @(DateTime.Now - TimeSpan.FromDays(7))</p>

We can use code blocks:

@{ // C# code }

if our code exceeds one line or we want to declare variables.

@{ int num1 = 6; int num2 = 4; int result = num1 + num2; } <h3> The result of @num1 + @num2 is: @result</h3>

Result:

<h3> The result of 6 + 4 is: 10</h3>

Instructions

1.

Open a code block below @model IndexModel so that we can start writing C# code in them.

2.

Within your code block, start by creating a string variable named firstName and assign it to your first name.

3.

Let’s now create an int variable named age and assign it your age.

4.

Now that we have a few assigned variables, let’s display their values on the page! Fill out our header describing your name and age.

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