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

Getting "(lldb)" when run this program

When I run the following program I get the result (IIdb)

int main() {

float numbers_geeks_love[3];
numbers_geeks_love[0] = 3.1415;
numbers_geeks_love[1] = 1.6180;
numbers_geeks_love[2] = 1.1412;

printf("PI %f\n", numbers_geeks_love[1]);
printf("golden ratio %f\n", numbers_geeks_love[2]);

return 0;

}

1 Answer

Travis Golob
Travis Golob
8,794 Points

That means you have a breakpoint set on a line and it's pausing execution of the program. There should be a highlighted bracket on the left side of the code window that shows you which line it's breaking at.