what does this error mean?

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    what does this error mean?

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    test1.c:22: error: 'one' is used uninitialized in this function
    one is a variable I assigned. I'm not sure what to make of this.

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    It means you've declared a variable (one), not initialised it to have a value. Subsequent code in the function reads that value (or compares it with something).
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    Oh thanks! I didn't know I had to give it a value first.

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