"Line 53: error: too few arguments to function 'void printResult(int, double, double, double)'"
I have an "error" with my code (or so my compiler informs me) at line 53: "void printResult"

I don't see how it's possible to need more aguments in that function. Any clue on how I should procede?

#include <iostream>
#include <math.h>
#include <iomanip>

using namespace std;


void printInstructions () //Function1 Prints instructions
{
cout << "This is program has been made with the following goals:" << endl;
  cout << "It will ask you for the number of spools of wire ordered" << endl;
  cout << "It will display the number of spools to be sent" << endl;
  cout << "It will display the subtotal of the cost for the spools being sent" << endl;
  cout << "It will display the shipping charges for the spools being sent" << endl;
  cout << "It will display the total cost for the spools being sent" << endl;
  return;
}


int getNumberOfSpools () //Function2 Asks for the number of spools of wire ordered
{
int numberOfSpools;
cout << "Please enter number of spools: ";
cin >> numberOfSpools;
return numberOfSpools;
}


double computeSubTotal (int numberOfSpools) //Function3
{
double subtotal;
subtotal = (double) numberOfSpools* 100. ; //NoteToSelf period needed to utilize the double data-type
return subtotal;
}


double ComputeShipping (double subtotal) //Function4 possibly subtotal is int
{
double shippingCost;
shippingCost = subtotal * .05;
return shippingCost; 
}


double computeTotal (double subtotal, double shippingCost) //Function5 calculates the total cost including shipping
{
double totalCost;
totalCost = subtotal + shippingCost;
return totalCost;
}


void printResult (int numberOfSpools, double subtotal, double shippingCost, double totalCost) //Function6 prints results
{
  cout << "You ordered " << numberOfSpools<< " spools." << endl;
  cout << "The wire costs $" << subtotal << "." << endl;
  cout << "Shipping and handling cost will be $" << shippingCost << endl;
  cout << "The total order cost will be $" << totalCost<< " after S&H." << endl;
  return;
}



int main()
{

   printInstructions (); //Function1

  int nos; 
  nos = getNumberOfSpools ();//Function2

  double subTtl;
  subTtl= computeSubTotal (nos); //Function3

  double costToShip;
  costToShip = ComputeShipping (subTtl); //Function4

  double completeCost;
completeCost = computeTotal (subTtl, costToShip); //Function5

 printResult (); //Function6


return 0;
}

Clear error on line 81.

You never passed anything to printResult().

It should be like printResult(integer_here, double_here, double_here, double_here).

Edited 4 Years Ago by dx9_programmer

Modify line 81.

printResult (nos, subTtl, costToShip, completeCost); //Function6

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