Thread: Short and Sweet Part 2.

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    "I Win!" by U. Lose vart's Avatar
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    Rishon LeZion, Israel
    you can just write sum = 0.0; and it will be ok
    To be or not to be == true

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daved View Post
    That just initializes the sum to zero. Since sum is a float, vart used a float value to initialize it. Numbers with decimals are doubles in C++, but since you are using floats, you have to add the f to the end to indicate that you want to use float. (doubles are actually recommended over float assuming you don't have a requirement to use float.)
    We were required to use float. You guys are the greatest. I changed just a few things to get it to look like what I have actually learned but nonetheless, thank you so much. Now I get to move on to step 4 which should be interesting. Choosing every third integer to sum.

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