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

create a float variable name radius w 14.5

below is what i wrote, coz it's asking me not to write the main function..

???

any insight, tips, pointer? I'm lost here

{

float radius = 14.5;

printf("radius");

}

2 Answers

Cindy,

You are only supposed to create a float variable named "radius", you are doing a bit more then that here. You are creating a code block by using the brackets { }, try just using the line float radius = 14.5;

float radius = 14.5;

ok

thank you Dennis