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Paul Kozakiewicz756 Points
How do i fix this float problem?
How do I fix this
more '%' conversions than data arguments printf("A ball with a radius of %f inches"); ~^
Jason AnelloCourses Plus Student 94,610 Points
This could have been the title for a css problem :)
printf call you are only passing in that string as an argument. However, it contains a
%f format specifier meaning that it's expecting you to pass in a second argument of type float to replace that
printf ("A ball with a radius of %f inches.", radius);
The radius variable is passed in as the second argument to
printf and it will replace the
%f with the value of that variable.