I am new to web api projects so I am not sure if I did something unintentionally but this is what I got
According to the docs, starting with .NET 6, the templates use top level statements. They say you should create a .NET 5 project and then manually change it to .NET 6 as a workaround if you don’t want to use top level statements.
The C# templates for .NET 6 use top level statements.
While a .NET 6 console app template generates the new style of top-level statements programs, using .NET 5 doesn’t. By creating a .NET 5 project, you’ll receive the old program style. Then, you can edit the project file to target .NET 6 but retain the old program style for the Program.cs file.
Answered By – Shoejep
Answer Checked By – Dawn Plyler (BugsFixing Volunteer)