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Josue GisberCourses Plus Student 9,332 Points
Good! Paying attention to details is very important in programming. Any typo can cause a bug.
The l in let is capitalized. It should be lowercased
Montana Braswell555 Points
hey guys, so I'm also getting an error.
let height: Double = 12 // in ft let width: Double = 10 // ft
let area = height * width // Area in sq ft // 1 sq meter = 1 sq foot / 10.764
let areaInMeters = area/10.764
this still gives me an issue with the " note: overloads for '/' exist with these partially matching parameter lists: (Double, Double), (Int, Int) let areaInMeters = area/10.764"
var height: Double = 12.0 var width: Double = 10.0 var sq: Double = 10.764
let area = height * width
let areaInMeters = area/sq