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

I hit an error

I am on the first challenge and I hit the error warning "expected expression". what do I do?

Could you paste your code here? It'll be much easier to figure out what the problem is that way.

Massive thanks! here is the code I put


float radius = 14.5; printf("radius has the value of %f.\n", radius); return 0;


I tried line for line, nothing seems to be working out.

2 Answers

Dave Ko
Dave Ko
11,915 Points
@autoreleasepool {

        float radius = 14.5;
        printf("radius has the value of %f.\n", radius);

        // move your return below the } 
    return 0;

Thank you so much!