January 22nd, 2013, 02:02 AM
You should learn to understand what your compiler is telling you. For instance:
"I:\School Work\resistor\resistor\resistor.c(30): warning #2233: Insufficient number of arguments to 'printf' according to the format string."
Here, when it says:
it is telling you that the error is in resistor.c close to line number 30.
Next, the actual error message:
"Insufficient number of arguments to 'printf' according to the format string."
What this is telling you is that in your printf() format string, you have multiple % arguments (you have two %.3f in there), but you don't have enough arguments after that (you only have Watts, which is a single argument).
Similarly, read the other error messages. They explain EXACTLY what mistakes you made and approximately where you made them.
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