Showing temperature on twitter using arduino

Hi,
I just want to know that how do you guys show temperature on twitter instead of showing the temperature sensor(TMP36) value? Here’s my coding:

const int lightSensorPin=2;
const int tempPin1=3;
const int tempPin2=4;
char tweetText[140];
      


void loop() {
  
  if (millis() - lastConnectionTime > connectionInterval) {
    
    float lightLevel = map(analogRead(lightSensorPin),0,1023,0,100);
    
    sendData(0, lightLevel);  
   
    
    getData(0); 
    
    float temperature1 = ((getVoltage(tempPin1) -.5) * 100L);
    
 
    
    sendData(1, temperature1); 
   
    
    getData(1);
    
    float temperature2 = ((getVoltage(tempPin2) -.5) * 100L);
    
    sendData(2, temperature2); 

    
    getData(2);
    
    lastConnectionTime = millis();
    
 
    Serial.println("Waiting for next reading");
    Serial.println("========================");
    
  }
  if (analogRead(lightSensorPin) < 30.0)
  {
    sprintf(tweetText, "Alert. Temperature1: %d. ", tempPin1);
    tweet(tweetText);
    delay(60000);
 
  }
  
}

(i wont show the void setup because its all about the connection between computer and ethernet and its working fine)
When i tried to put temperature1 instead of temppin1, it gives me the error, saying that it was not declared. Any ideas?

You should probably post your full code. ;)