ok I am continuing on with my evolving program

I have 2 structures and

what the program is doing is first finding the area of a rectangle "r"

then we are to find the center of that rectangle.

I worked a bit , think I got the point that is the center.

Now I have code here, but it isn't compiling right. I am to return as a value from the point structure. But how? I figured I'd return the value of that point's x, y coordinates (x and y axis on graph, of course)

but my return value is wrong.

Please help.

PHP Code:

#include <stdio.h>

struct point {

int x, y;

};

struct rectangle {

struct point upper_left, lower_right;

} r;

int area_of_r(struct rectangle rect);

int center_of_r(struct rectangle x,struct rectangle y);

int main(void) {

printf( "input upper left corner of rectangle r "

"as 0 0, with space in between.\n\n");

scanf( "%d %d", &r.upper_left.x, &r.upper_left.y );

printf( "input lower right corner of rectangle r "

"as 0 0, with space in between.\n\n");

scanf( "%d %d", &r.lower_right.x, &r.lower_right.y );

/* here we print the area of the rectangle */

printf( "\nThe area of rectangle r is "

"%d\n", area_of_r(r));

/* here we print the center of rectangle */

printf("\nThe center point of rectangle r is "

"%d %d",center_of_r(r));

return 0;

}

int area_of_r ( struct rectangle rect )

{

int area;

area = (r.lower_right.x - r.upper_left.x) *

(r.upper_left.y - r.lower_right.y);

return area;

}

int center_of_r(struct rectangle x, struct rectangle y)

{

int center;

int new_x, new_y;

/* having problems with this part, don't know how to run

line of assignments to next line...is that possible */

x = (r.lower_right.x -((r.lower_right.x -

r.upper_left.x)/2);

y = (r.upper_left.y - ((r.upper_left.y -

r.lower_right.y)/2);

/* here's the return call, but what is wrong here?? How

do I return the values of x and y which are the values

of the coordinates of a point on a graph ??? */

return (x,y);

}