Do I or do I not need Console.ReadLine();?

In codeplayground I don't need Console.ReadLine(); to be able to see my output on the console. I only need to write Console.WriteLine(); . But if I try this on VisualStudios I need the Console.ReadLine(); to see my work on the console. I just wanted clarification on whether or not I actually need Console.ReadLine, because apparentely you don't need it when you code on Sololearn.


4/25/2019 2:37:50 PM


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yea you do, since it just makes the screen stay and let you read it. Codeplayground probably has made it so you dont need