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Philip Pang
Philip Pang
940 Points

Function with float

I can't seem to get it right, even after removing mains and adding the number into the function, please helppp :)

Could you paste your code so we can check it out?

Philip Pang
Philip Pang
940 Points

float addTwo = (float a, float b);
float a = 12.23; float b = 312.2; float addTwo = (float a, float b) { return a + b

2 Answers

This is how function definitions work in C:

float addTwo(float a, float b) {
    return a + b;
}

Note that you're not supposed to set a or b to anything, or call the function. You just have to provide it.

Philip Pang
Philip Pang
940 Points

Got it, thanks Dino !