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float foodPrice; foodPrice=3.50; what is wrong???
what is wrong in this?
Chris Shaw26,676 Points
I assume you have removed the code for the first task which is required for task 2 to pass, along with that you simply need to assign your
float value as you did in task 1. See the following:
int size = 13;
float foodPrice = 3.50;
You were essentially correct aside from those two things.