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

Humza Choudry
Humza Choudry
237 Points

how to print the first value 2.71828 in math_constants array. printf("Jorge's number = %f\n", math_constants[0]); ???

float math_constants[2] = {2.71828, 1.41428}; printf("Jorge's number = %f\n", math_constants[1]);
what am i typing in wrong.

arrays.c
float math_constants[2] = {2.71828, 1.41421};
printf("Humza's number = %f\n", math_constants[0]);
printf("Humza's number = %f\n", math_constants[1]); 

2 Answers

Stone Preston
Stone Preston
42,016 Points

the task states: Your output should look like this: Euler's number = 2.71828. so your output needs to look like that exactly: Euler's number = 2.71828, not Humza's number = 2.71828

Since 2.17828 is at index 0, you need to use

float math_constants[2] = {2.71828, 1.41421};
printf("Euler's number = %f\n", math_constants[0]);
Humza Choudry
Humza Choudry
237 Points

lol, Thanks for the help man. :D