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General Discussion

Objective C else if and switch error

getting ")" expected on all printf lines yet they look the same as the instructor has done

Can you post your code?

2 Answers

include <stdio.h>

int main() { char a = 'a'; char b = 'b'; char g = 'g';

char letter = 'z';

switch (letter){
    case 'a':
        printf("letter %c is %c\n", letter a);

    case 'b':
        printf("letter %c is %c\n", letter b);

    case 'g':
        printf("letter %c is %c\n", letter g);
        printf("letter is not found\n" letter);

return 0;



It looks like you're missing commas between your arguments to printf.

thank you, don't know how I missed it on the video.