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

Can't figure out question-Create a float variable named 'radius' with the value '14.5'. (Do not write the main function)

my answer is- float radius = '14.5';

I keep getting the response: Bummer! Your 'radius' variable has the wrong value in it. Check the task instructions again.

1 Answer

Mike Baxter
Mike Baxter
4,442 Points

Since it's a float, you don't put quotes around the number, you just set it equal to the number itself.

Hey, thanks a lot! Did not realize that.