Quest 3 - High vs Low Level Calls in Solidity

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Learning Outcomes

By the end of your learning, you will be able to:

  • Understand what are high and low level calls in Solidity
  • Explain the different methods to transfer Ether
  • Describe the difference between call, delegatecall and staticcall

Quest Details


In Solidity, calls refer to the mechanisms by which smart contracts interact with one another or with externally owned accounts (EOAs). These interactions can be categorized into high-level and low-level calls.

High-level calls, designed to be user-friendly, simplify complex tasks and abstract away many underlying details, making contract interactions more straightforward and secure. In contrast, low-level calls provide granular control over interactions, allowing for more customized and advanced operations.

In this quest, we’ll be learning all about the different types of calls, and in which scenarios each one should be used. Let’s go!

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This quest has 1 deliverable.

  1. Answers to the MCQ quiz in the last step

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