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When I Add "R" To The Array, All The Previous Questions Mess Up.

Now let’s add another letter. Add a fourth element to the array with a value of “R” (my personal favorite). When you preview the code, notice that the count of letters increases and the new letter is added to the list automatically.

```<?php

\$letters = array("D" , "G" , "L");

echo "My favorite ";
echo count(\$letters);
echo " letters are these: ";
foreach(\$letters as \$letter )
echo \$letter ;

echo".";

?>
```

Hello,

Can you post the code that you have that causes the previous challenges to fail. The code you provided doesn't have the R in the code at all and works syntactically by me just looking at it. Please provide the code so I can help you figure out the error.

Cheers!

This Is The 7th Of The 7 Questions In The Introducing Arrays Challenge.

Challenge task 7 of 7 Now let’s add another letter. Add a fourth element to the array with a value of “R” (my personal favorite). When you preview the code, notice that the count of letters increases and the new letter is added to the list automatically.

When I Place The "R" In The Array With The Other Letters Like This,

```<?php

\$letters = array("D" , "G" , "L", "R");

echo "My favorite ";
echo count(\$letters);
echo " letters are these: ";
foreach(\$letters as \$letter )
echo \$letter ;

echo".";

?>
```

Now It Accepts It!!!

I Can't Believe This, I'm Going To Bed.

Thanks Shawn...LOL