# Using text, 2 variables, and decimals in fprintf

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Breanna Sokolik 2020년 9월 26일
댓글: Cris LaPierre 2020년 9월 26일
fprintf(["The value you entered "+'%.1f°C\n',temp + "is equal to "+'%.1f°F\n',ans])
Can someone help me make this line work. I feel like I'm close but I keep getting errors.

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Star Strider 2020년 9월 26일
편집: Star Strider 2020년 9월 26일
Try this:
fprintf("The value you entered %.1f°C\nis equal to %.1f°F\n", temp, ans)
so:
temp = 10;
ans = 50;
fprintf("The value you entered %.1f°C\nis equal to %.1f°F\n", temp, ans)
produces:
The value you entered 10.0°C
is equal to 50.0°F
To get it all on one line, replace the first ‘\n’ with a space:
fprintf("The value you entered %.1f°C is equal to %.1f°F\n", temp, ans)
producing:
The value you entered 10.0°C is equal to 50.0°F
.
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Star Strider 2020년 9월 26일
As always, my pleasure!

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Cris LaPierre 2020년 9월 26일
The documentation page is a great place to start. There, you'll see that the variables have to come at the end. Also, you don't need square brackets.
fprintf("The value you entered "+'%.1f°C\n' + "is equal to "+'%.1f°F\n',10,20)
The value you entered 10.0°C
is equal to 20.0°F
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Cris LaPierre 2020년 9월 26일
Yes. Remove the first \n

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