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iOS Objective-C Basics (Retired) Fundamentals of C Operators & Expressions

Raymond Espinoza
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How would you declare an integer variable named unstable and initialize it 25?

how do i come up with a soulition for this

1 Answer

Gabe Nadel
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Gabe Nadel
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You can declare like this:

int unstable;

You can initialize like this:

unstable = 25;

Or do both at once like:

int unstable = 25;