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iOS Objective-C Basics (Retired) Functional Programming in C Functions

Michael Iman
Michael Iman
Courses Plus Student 1,257 Points

Defining return and parameter types as "float"

I'm trying to implement a function with no need to write the main function, just writing out the implementation for the function exercise as addTwo function.

This was my code

int addTwo (float cm_to_in, float in_to_ft); {
    return cm_to_in + in_to_ft);

Here is the result: Make sure you've defined the return type and both paramter types as 'float' and that you are returning the sum of the arguments as a result.

What can I do to correct this error? It is greatly appreciated!