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You're welcome!
But constants are a good idea here.
All they do is create a variable which can't be changed - the compiler will not let it appear on the left hand side of a "=" sign, or be passed as a method parameter that can be changed (you'll get to those later in the course).
They are also really easy to do: just put the keyword const at the start of the declaration (where you could put public or private):
C#
const sbyte up = +1;
const sbyte down = -1;
And the compiler will not let any part of your code change the value.

That means you can't make a mistake, and change them accidentally - which could make your program to some strange things a lot later when it's difficult to spot.
You don't have to use them, but it's a good idea! Laugh | :laugh:
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