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Arthur Berg11,350 Points
currentDate string concetination. Gives me right output in preview but get syntax error when trying to submit. Whats wro
currentDate string concetination. Gives me right output in preview but get syntax error when trying to submit. Whats wrong?
<?php echo 'Today is '; //Place your code below this comment $currentDate = date('F d, Y'); echo "$currentDate"; ?>
Stuart Wright41,102 Points
I'm not really sure what's wrong - your code looks fine to me (I could be wrong as don't know PHP all that well). But to pass the challenge you can skip the step where you assign to variable and just echo the result of the function immediately:
<?php echo 'Today is '; echo date('F d, Y'); ?>