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What is a float number? I don't recall it in the lessons of scope and before. Having issues with this challenge task. Thanks, K
Mike Baxter4,442 Points
A float is basically a number with decimals in it. As opposed to an integer, which is a whole number. You can make a float like this:
float someNumber = 1.2345; NSLog(@"%f", someNumber);
That second line allows you to read the value in the console. Sometimes it's useful to put a float into a string, (which is what I did above), but it looks better like this:
float someNumber = 1.2345; NSString *myString = [NSString stringWithFormat:@"float = %f", someNumber];