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PHP PHP Basics (Retired) PHP Conditionals & Loops Conditionals Challenge

Echo the following string inside of the if statement 'Hi,i am Mike!'

how do i echo the following string inside of the if statement 'Hi,i am Mike!'

index.php
<?php
$name="Mike";
if($name=="Mike"){
  echo"My name is Mike";
  echo"Hi,i am Mike!";
}
?>

i have run the code but its coming wrong again please help

2 Answers

Cindy Lea
PLUS
Cindy Lea
Courses Plus Student 6,485 Points

<?php

$name = "Mike";

if($name == "Mike") { echo "Hi, I am " . $name . "!"; }

?>

Hi Cindy can u check again because i ran the code and its coming out wrong again.

Boris Kamp
Boris Kamp
16,660 Points

Hi Backston,

Here's the working code:

<php
$name = 'Mike';
if( $name === 'Mike' ){
echo 'Hi, I am Mike!';
}
?>

why did you have two echos? and note the triple equal sign. hope this solves your question (-: