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iOS Objective-C Basics (Retired) Fundamentals of C Arrays

where did I go wrong?

I have declared

int main() { float math_constants[2]; }

int main()

    float math_constants[2]


1 Answer

Jeremy Hamilton
Jeremy Hamilton
704 Points

You haven't closed the comment with a semicolon in the example. What they're looking for is simply the initialization of the float variable as below and not init of the main.

float math_constants[2];