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iOS Objective-C Basics Introduction to Operators and Conditionals Review IF / ELSE

Luis Paulino
Luis Paulino
Courses Plus Student 1,779 Points

I don't see the problem?

I don't know if I'm suppose to combine the two, or maybe I'm just making a grammar error?

bool hasBonus=();

1 Answer

Daniel Bowen
Daniel Bowen
8,127 Points

You have hasBonus declared incorrectly, you have to initialize it.

bool hasBonus = false;
int powerPoints = 5;