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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 type and both parameter types as float

I'm trying to tie in the lesson I learned with functions and cannot connect the thoughts together.

''' int addTwo (float a, float b); float a = 10; float b = 5; { return a + b; } '''

Sorry it is not formatting like I typed it

Here is my 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."

Where do I correct my errors? It would be greatly appreciated!

1 Answer

C style: ReturnType name(paramType a, paramType2, b) { return a + b; }

Objective C is different, but relies on a class.