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

Expected unqualified-id '{'

Dear Treehouse team,

Here's my code.

int addTwo(float a, float b); { float foo = 24; float bar = 34; return 0; } int addTwo(float a, float b) { return a+b; }

I've tried removing semicolon in the 1st row but it didn't solve the error. As the task say, I don't have to print the result. Just let function accept two float numbers and return the sum of them, right? What did I miss?

Thank you, Taeshawit

1 Answer

Joannie Huang
Joannie Huang
6,195 Points

Hi, maybe you can check what I asked for help in few months ago. Hope this can answer your problem. https://teamtreehouse.com/forum/when-i-execute-the-code-it-will-have-a-thread-regarding-the-memory-thrown