Part 2: Sayin' Stuff
Another type of variable often used in programming is a real (or decimal) number. In Quorum to create this type of variable we use the keyword
number variable holds numeric values that can include decimal places such as 8.3439 or 42.0 or even 19.
Unlike text variables, we never use double quotes when storing a number, we just type it.
Create a number variable with the following code:
number pi = 3.14159 then move to the next slide.
Try it Yourself
In the next tutorial, we will discuss Hour of Code Part 3, which describes first steps in Quorum.