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bwrightbwright Posts: 1Member
I am writing a program using procedures and functions and I get this error that says too few arguments for function. My functions are organized as follows:
Function area( radius : real ) : real;
Begin
area:= pi * radius * radius;
End

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  • sweeneysweeney Posts: 117Member
    : I am writing a program using procedures and functions and I get this error that says too few arguments for function. My functions are organized as follows:
    : Function area( radius : real ) : real;
    : Begin
    : area:= pi * radius * radius;
    : End
    :
    :
    could you give us more information on what your accualy doing here like varables!
  • Phat NatPhat Nat Posts: 757Member
    : I am writing a program using procedures and functions and I get this error that says too few arguments for function. My functions are organized as follows:
    : Function area( radius : real ) : real;
    : Begin
    : area:= pi * radius * radius;
    : End
    :

    This code is fine (other than a semi-colon missing at the end of END). It sounds like you're calling it wrong. Make sure your including a variable, such as:

    [code]
    X := Area(number);
    [/code]
    or
    [code]
    X := Area(17);
    [/code]

    Phat Nat

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