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PHP Build a Basic PHP Website (2018) Adding a Basic Form Concatenation

Create a variable called $fullName and assign it to the concatenation

Create a variable called $fullName and assign it a value equal to the concatenation of the $title variable, a space, the $firstName variable, a space, and the $lastName variable

index.php
<?php

$title = "Dr.";
$firstName = "David";
$lastName = "Bowman";
$fullName = "$title . $firstName . $lastName";



echo "The lead character from 2001: A Space Odyssey is named ____";

?>
Simon Coates
Simon Coates
28,692 Points

the use of . for concatenation is between strings. if not using concatenation, the following would work:

$fullName = "$title $firstName $lastName";

1 Answer

Simon Coates
Simon Coates
28,692 Points

try

<?php
$title = "Dr.";
$firstName = "David";
$lastName = "Bowman";
$fullName = $title ." ". $firstName ." ".$lastName;

echo "The lead character from 2001: A Space Odyssey is named ____";

?>