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PHP PHP Basics (Retired) PHP Conditionals & Loops PHP Loops Challenge

Is the Syntax is Correct

<?php $names = array('Mike', 'Chris', 'Jane', 'Bob'); foreach($names){

} ?>

$names = array('Mike', 'Chris', 'Jane', 'Bob');


1 Answer

The $names array has the proper syntax.

The syntax you'd want in your foreach loop is:

foreach($names as $name) {
//Whatever code you'd need
echo $name;

I hope this helps!

I think you mean as instead of and

Damn this Safari auto-correct… Thank you Jason!