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Finn Terdal15,997 Points
What's wrong with my syntax?
I'm trying to print the size (in bytes) of an array of floats of length 5. Here's my code:
float real_numbers; printf("real_numbers is %ld bytes./n", sizeof(real_numbers));
Your syntax appears to be correct. Make sure you're printing exactly what it tells you to though. It's looking for
"Array real_numbers is %ld bytes.\n" versus what you wrote:
"real_numbers is %ld bytes./n".