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Challenge task 4 of 4 Print the results. Your output should look like "letters a b".

Having trouble with this.. Help please

3 Answers

Use NSLog Declare a string object using @"" with that string declare to char variables by using %c Then use the array methods to call the letters at index.

NSLog(@"Letters %c %c", letters[0], letters[1]);

Paste the code you are using, it will easier for us to see where you are at ?

char alpha; alpha = 'a';

char bravo; bravo = 'b';

char letters[2]; letters[0] = alpha; letters[1] = bravo;

sorry about that