Victor Martins - 9 months ago 64

C++ Question

so hey guys, I thought to make a simple program to learn about functions and I ran across this error I never had before could someone help me?

`#include<iostream>`

#include<iomanip>

#include<string>

using namespace std;

float SphereVolume(float r);

int main() {

/*

Calculating a sphere.

*/

float radius;

cout << "Sphere Calc....\n";

cout << "\tPlease Enter Radius of Sphere: ";

cin << radius;

SphereVolume(radius);

return 0;

}

float SphereVolume(float r) {

double const PI = 3.14159;

float volume;

volume = 4/3 * PI * r ^ 3; // error starts here.

return volume;

}

I cant seem to understand why this is happening, the error, start when I try to declare the volume equation and it says the error??

Answer Source

```
volume = 4/3 * PI * r ^ 3; // error starts here.
4 / 3 is integer division -> 1
r ^ 3 is r xor-ed with the integer 3.
```

You can't xor a float. If you want to cube a float, the simplest solution is to multiply it three times.