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kofi amoussouCourses Plus Student 7,381 Points
echoing Mike not working? and i am pretty sure i haven't done any mistake in my php code block
don't know why i keep getting error although my code is correct
<?php $name = "Mike" ?> <p><?php echo $name ?></p>
Jeff Lemay14,266 Points
They want you to use a single php-block to declare the variable and echo it (this comes up all the time). You also added some unnecessary paragraph tags that might cause you to fail the challenge.
<?php $name = "Mike"; echo $name; ?>
Note: Now that we have both statements in a single php-block, you'll need to close them with semi-colons.