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Garrett Lovell
Garrett Lovell
5,527 Points

Fundamentals of C - Code Challenge Part 2 of 2

I give up. What am I doing wrong?

float radius = 14.5;

printf("A ball with a radius of %f.\n", radius);

2 Answers

Stone Preston
Stone Preston
42,016 Points

IIRC you might need to put inches at the end of your string.

printf("A ball with a radius of %f inches.\n", radius);

also double check that period to make sure it needs to be there. The string needs to be exactly as asked for in the challenge.

can you link to the actual challenge?

Garrett Lovell
Garrett Lovell
5,527 Points

That was it. I didn't have inches on the end. Thank you!