Error in function?

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if (b == 0)
      std::cout << "Error! Cannot divide by zero!";
      return 0.0

Make sense?
Yeah it makes sense but I don't understand where I put that in the code I have to make it work. I'm new and really can't tell the where the positions of many things should be going..
It's just simple logic:

You enter the function and you check if b ISN'T equal to 0. If it indeed isn't, you return the number that results from the math.

OTHERWISE (which is your else statement), is ONLY triggered if b IS 0. So you should output the error with your ELSE statement.
You want help don't edit your posts and delete the contents. Doing so is rude and makes people avoid helping you.
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