you will need to provide also your code and the challenge link
even Randell is not clairvoyant and is not able to help you if you don’t show your code
okay dokey lemon mokey
We can store decimal numbers in variables too. Decimal numbers are sometimes referred to as floating point numbers or floats.
Not all real numbers can accurately be represented in floating point. This can lead to rounding errors. Details Here.
Create a variable
myDecimal and give it a decimal value with a fractional part (e.g.
Run the TestsReset All Code
myDecimal should be a number.
myDecimal should have a decimal point
var ourDecimal = 5.7;
// Only change code below this line
/** * Your test output will go here. */
what’s your code? what’s the challenge link? it’s not really clear what’s what
what I see is a
// Only change code below this line but no code below that
theres the link
You might want to learn what a decimal number is first, before you start to learn coding, otherwise you could run into trouble…
Have you heard of decimal numbers?
i definatly have yes sir
Then what’s holding you back from completing the challenge?
i am stuck on the coding
Where exactly are you stuck?