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General Discussion

Brett Kim
Brett Kim
11,576 Points

What's wrong...?

function addTwo(int a, int b) { float a = 3; float b = 33; return a + b; }

1 Answer

The parameters to your function should be type float

Also, you don't need to declare new variables a, and b inside the function. You're passing those values into the function as arguments. You only need to return the sum of the two arguments that you passed in.