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Hie I cant pass this stage. I tride using bindValue($string) but the answer seems to be wrong. Please help
I would use the ($string) method to bind the value of $string, there and then, rather having a reference to the $string and then have it evaluated later by the execute() method. ===>I tried using bindValue($string) but the answer seems to be wrong. Please help
Andrew McCormick17,729 Points
I just tried bindValue and it was correct. Only thing I would suggest is to make sure you are using camel case and no extra spaces