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Let's change this block of code to display 4 letters.

The code block below displays a list of two letters from the Latin alphabet using echo statements. Let's change this block of code to display 4 letters. We'll also modify it to use an array so that it's easier to modify the letters in the future.

Before the first echo statement, create an array called $letters. Give the array two elements, with values of "A" and "C"

index.php
<?php



echo "Today's challenge is brought to you by the ";
echo "2";
echo " letters: ";
echo "AC";
echo ".";

?>

2 Answers

Simon Coates
Simon Coates
28,692 Points

The answer to the first task is:

<?php

$letters = ['A', 'C'];

echo "Today's challenge is brought to you by the ";
echo "2";
echo " letters: ";
echo "AC";
echo ".";

?>

Answer: $letters = array ("A","C");