I think part of the confusion for me was due to the fact that I was told this is done with placing a "." at the end of a number, I tried every combination I could think of and I usually ended up with the same answer.
I didnt even know that you can do datatypes like this, but then again, its like my second day and everything ive done so far has been on a chalk board
in any event, thank you!
I have the following code that I came up with, it simply converts Fahrenheit to Celsius. The problem is, ill get a fraction, when I need to return a floating point number rounded to the nearest degree
You can use the round function to get to the nearest degree, but the result of that will be an exact integer, not a floating point number. You can convert the result of an integer to a float if you want, but I don't really understand why you need to if it's rounded to an integer amount anyway.