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PHP PHP Basics (Retired) PHP Data & Structure PHP Variables

Code challenge PHP

Getting an Bummer!! what could be wrong, am a complete beginner in PHP.

<!DOCTYPE html>
   $name = "Mike" 
   echo $name;  


You need a semicolon ; after $name = "Mike"

2 Answers

Nancy, you must always remember to end your variables with a semicolon. This is one of those syntax errors that could produce the ugly empty browser.

Copy from my comment because I didn't realize there were different ways to answer: You need a ; after $name = "Mike"