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iOS Objective-C Basics (Retired) Functional Programming in C Functions

Pierre Fatal
Pierre Fatal
3,727 Points

This is the best that I could come up with. Any suggestions? Mostly guessing at this point.

include <stdio.h>

float addTwo[] = {1.2, 1.3}; {

addTwo[] = {1.2, 1.3};
float fa = 1.2 + 1.3;
printf("fa %f\n", fa);

float addTwo[] = {1.2, 1.3}; {
    return 1.2 + 1.3;

2 Answers

Stone Preston
Stone Preston
42,016 Points

all you need to do is implement the function. nothing else. it should look something like this:

returnType functionName(datatype argumentOne, datatype argumentTwo) {

       return something;

in this case the return type needs to be a float, the function name is addTwo, you need two float arguments, and you need to return the sum of those arguments in the body of the function.

//initiate function
float addTwo(float one, float two);

int main(){
//create array
float addTwo[] = {1.2, 1.3};

//use function
addTwo(addTwo[0], addTwo[1]);

//print out result
printf("fa %f \n", fa);

//create actual function
float addTwo(float one, float two){
      sum = one + two;
      return sum;