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QuestionHow to design pure C style APIs for a framework which include a core exe and plugin dlls Pin
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You need to hit the books or web lessons on C again. Your 3 statement inputs look good ... sorry that is it Smile | :)

Your printf statement is garbage hit the web or books and look up the words "formatted output of printf" and look at what %c means. However you have done absolutely nothing with the inputs to even think about calling that.

What we are saying is you need to call a function between the last input and trying to print anything ... so
scanf ("%d", &score3);

//... You need a function call in here to do something with the scores and then fix the print below       

printf("The grade is: %c\n", score1, score2, score3);

You even have the text that boldly says "// Function declarations" only you don't have anything there you just drop straight into main. Let me guess that was a hint in the template they gave you and you don't even get what it means?

ScoreToGrade which was obviously was intended as your function is hanging out way down the bottom. You need to either forward declare it where you boldly declare you are going to have "// Function declatations" or move it up to there. So it's a cut and paste job or look up how to forward declare a prototype.

Final problem
//      Local Declarations
int temp = 0;

It says it is local it is in fact a global variable ... you need to work out why.
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