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im lost ive tried the periods between each variable but still cant pass this part here is the code
$firstName = "Mike"; $middleName = "the"; $lastName = "Frog"; $fullName = $firstName $middleName $lastName ;
When concatenating you need to add quotes around your variable followed by a period followed by empty quotes with a space in between acting as your space. I am fairly new to php and I believe this is how it should be. Give it a try and see if it helps if not let me know and I can see what I may have written down wrong.
$firstName = "Mike"; $middleName = "the"; $lastName = "Frog"; $fullName = "$firstName" . " " . "$middleName" . " " . "$lastName";
OK thanks you very much, i fixed it , only now im stuck again lol....im at the point where they asked us to concatenate an exclamation point at the end of the sentence. It shows up in preview but it still says that I coded it wrong.
here is how it looks
echo "The designer at Shirts 4 Mike shirts is named" . ' ' . "$fullName" . " " . "!" ;
In this case you don't need the extra space between the sentence and the !. They want it right after the name ex: " mike! ” I also noticed you used single quotes after the word named they need to be double quotes.
echo "The designer at Shirts 4 Mike shirts is named" . " " . "$fullName" . "!";
Thanks truly appreciate it !