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How to use concatenation to add an exclamation point to the echo command after the fullName variable.

How to finish Challenge task 4 of 4 : How to use concatenation to add an exclamation point to the echo command after the fullName variable...

Thanks.

2 Answers

Michael Escoto
Michael Escoto
30,028 Points
  echo "The designer at Shirts 4 Mike shirts is named " . $fullName . "!";

Ah... Thanks.

I don't realize that it need another dot before the $fullname... Silly me.

Alex Ryzhkov
Alex Ryzhkov
4,005 Points

<?php // set variables for each part of the name $firstName = "Mike"; $middleName = "the"; $lastName = "Frog"; // combine each part of the name into a full name variable (be sure to put a space in the string between variables) $fullName = $firstName . " " . $middleName . " " . $lastName;

// echo our string and combine it with the fullName variable from above echo "The designer at Shirts 4 Mike shirts is named " . $fullName . "!"; ?>