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Objective-C Basics, Challenge task - Write a function named "addTwo"

"Write a function named "addTwo" that accepts two float numbers as arguments. The function should also return a float which is the sum of the two arguments passed to the function."

I wrote

int addTwo(float a, float b) { return a + b; }

Amit Bijlani what did I do wrong ? thx!

2 Answers

Holger Liesegang
Holger Liesegang
50,595 Points

Hi Nemanja, I'm not Amit, but "The function should return a FLOAT" and you returned an INTEGER - the rest is ok :-)

wow, I was under impression that I always declare function using int name_of_fun, ... thanks!

I fell for that too. It was driving me nuts lol.

Alexander Bakushkin
Alexander Bakushkin
5,120 Points

Thank you for your answer. In learning path teacher didn't tell about it...I think:))

wow i could not figure this out lol