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iOS Objective-C Basics (Retired) Fundamentals of C Variables

float radius = 14.5; printf ("a ball with a radius %f \n", radius)t working its no

its telling me it wrong

variable_assignment.mm
float radius  = 14.5;
printf ("a ball with a radius %f \n", radius)
Enrique Munguía
Enrique Munguía
14,311 Points

make sure you write the message with the exact same capitalization

1 Answer

Hi ihab seif , always remember to end an instruction with the semicolon ;

float radius  = 14.5;
printf ("a ball with a radius %f \n", radius);