Variables are declared by typing the variable type and then a name. For example,
This would declare an integer with the the variable name "number".
You can also give this variable a value in the declaration by adding "= value". For example,
int number = 10;
Variables can be changed in a similar way, but you need not redeclare the variable.
number = 11;
There are a potentially infinite number of variable types when you get on to classes, but for generally programming you have;
//number based variable types short byte int float double //others string bool Random
Writing to Screen
The "System" header file gives a lot of methods you can use to interact with the console. The 2 main ones for writing to the console screen are:
Console.Write("Text here"); //Write a line of text Console.WriteLine("Text here"); //Write a line of text with a line break at the end
To manually insert line breaks you can simply use \n.
//Output: // Hello // World Console.Write("Hello\nWorld");