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abdi ali1,966 Points
any one to help me to solve this question
<?php $firstName = "Mike"; $middleName = "the"; $lastName = "Frog"; echo "The designer at Shirts 4 Mike shirts is named ____"; ?>
Based on the code you posted, I can only guess you're on task 2/4.
Create a variable called fullName and assign it a value equal to the concatenation of the firstName variable, a space, the middleName variable, a space, and the lastName variable.
<?php $fullName = $firstName . " " . $middleName . " " . $lastName; ?>
<?php $firstName = "Mike"; $middleName = "the"; $lastName = "Frog"; $fullName = $firstName . " " . $middleName . " " . $lastName; echo "The designer at Shirts 4 Mike shirts is named ____"; ?>
Ernest Rodriguez17,643 Points
Delete the blanks and leave a space after the closing quote and add . $fullName;