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iOS Objective-C Basics (Retired) Fundamentals of C Arrays

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any of the tasks from thi series doesnt work... what is the answer?

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Stone Preston
Stone Preston
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to declare a float array with a size of two:

float myArray[2];

to assign a value to the first index of that array:

myArray[0] = 12.3;

to assign a value to the second index of that array:

myArray[1] = 1.3;

to print the value of the first index of the array:

printf("This is the first index in the array: %f", myArray[0]);

that should explain how to accomplish the tasks in the challenge. I didnt give you any actual answers, just explained HOW to do the tasks