You should review the class material and google references for printf. Specifically, to print the value of a variable, you need a place marker in the print format string and the var name in the printf statement. Example:
int count = get_int("Give me an integer: ");
printf("You said %i \n", count);
Note the placeholder
%i that says 'put the integer here.' The first var after the comma which follows the string must be that int. If multiple vars are to be printed, they have to be in the same order as their corresponding placeholders appear in the string.
As an aside, based on your questions so far, you would benefit greatly for studying syntax of various commands and function calls very carefully until you get used to programming in C. You may have experience in other languages, but the syntax of one language often doesn't carry over to a different one.
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