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

Jessica Jones
Jessica Jones
216 Points


Declare an array of type float named math_constants. The array should be big enough to hold 2 numbers. Bummer! Remember when declaring arrays, the size of the array is placed in box brackets: name_of_array[2]. PreviewRecheck work arrays.c

1 float number_of_math_contants[2];

3 Answers

Patrick Serrano
Patrick Serrano
13,834 Points

Remember that in C and Objective-C arrays are zero based.

Kevin Kenger
Kevin Kenger
32,834 Points

Hey Jessica,

The challenge is asking you to create an array called math_constants. It seems like you got everything right except the name of the array. It looks like you called it number_of_math_contants instead of math_constants.

here is what it should look like:

float math_constants[2];