[RESOLVED] How do I call for a for the mean in this situation to get the mean? (C++)

#include <iostream>

using namespace std;

void main()

{

//I'll be making a 1 dimensional array

int array1d[25];

array1d[0] = 9;

array1d[1] = 8;

array1d[2] = 7;

array1d[3] = 5;

array1d[4] = 3;

array1d[5] = 7;

array1d[6] = 4;

array1d[7] = 7;

int array1d_size = 8;

cout << "The original array is: { ";

for (int i=0; i<array1d_size; i++)

cout << array1d[i] << " ";

cout << "} " << endl;

double the_mean = mean1d(array1d, array1d_size);

cout << "\n=====> The mean is: " << the_mean;

Re: How do I call for a for the mean in this situation to get the mean? (C++)

Sounds like you need to implement the mean1d function.

By the way, the return type of main should be int, not void. Also, post your code within [code][/code] bbcode tags.