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Help Challenge 3 of 3
You should have my favorite flavor of ice cream in a variable named $flavor, and now it's time to display it to the screen. Replace the underscores in the echo statement with the value from the flavor variable.
<?php include("flavor.php"); $flavor = get_flavor(); echo "Randy's favorite flavor of ice cream is " . echo $flavor . "."; ?>
I dont understand why this isnt working
Cole Wilkes4,556 Points
Try removing the second "echo".
echo "Randy's favorite flavor of ice cream is " . $flavor . ".";
either way my code would works way. Which is not required to put the concentration and double quotes as long as its already inside the double quotes asking for variable.
$flavor = get_flavor();
echo "Randy's favorite flavor of ice cream is $flavor.";
DUHHH!! I feel like an idiot!!