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

lina Hernandez
lina Hernandez
4,583 Points

Create Float

Would this be the appropriate solution

include <stdio.h>

int main() } float radius =14.5; printf; return 0; }

4 Answers

Marwi M
Marwi M
1,411 Points

not sure it will work .. to get the printf to work , it should be in the proper syntax.

printf("text to be printed , the variable value to be printed %f", variable ); // if variable value was 14.5 the above instruction will result in : text to be printed , the variable value to be printed 14.5

hope this will help you ..

Amit Bijlani
Amit Bijlani
Treehouse Guest Teacher

For the first task all you need is float radius =14.5;. And as the instructions state you should leave out the main function as that is implied.

int main() {
 float radius = 14.5; 

return 0; 

Or you could use a double

William Baker
William Baker
2,485 Points

You don't need to have the int main() or the return 0. Also, try only post in the forums if you keep getting stuck on one bit :)