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how to echo a name to screen within a code block
<?php $name = "Mike" < echo $name "Mike">?>
Jennifer NordellTreehouse Teacher
Hi there! I would first recommend that you go back and review the videos. It seems there is some misunderstanding about how a code block is created and how statements are ended.
<?php <!-- begin php block --> $name = "Mike"; <!-- set our name equal to "Mike" and end the statement with a semicolon --> echo $name; <!-- echo out the value of name and end the statement with a semicolon --> ?> <!-- end php block -->
I hope this helps, but I can't stress enough the importance of reviewing material if something is not clear. Happy coding!