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iOS Swift Basics (retired) Operators Binary Operators

Ismail Mahmoud
Ismail Mahmoud
554 Points

I got error message type int does not conform to protocol

When I have typed that code: let areaInMeters = area / 10.764 I got error message but I do not know why! the error is int does not conform to protocol floatliteralconvertible. Please advise

1 Answer

import UIKit

var x = 1 + 2
let height = 12.0 // In Feet ( You probably forgot to insert .0)
let width = 10.0 // In Feet

let area = height * width

//  1 sq. meter = 1 sq. foot / 10.764
let areaInMeters = area / 10.764