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PHP PHP Arrays and Control Structures PHP Conditionals Switch Statements

Tianni Myers
Tianni Myers
10,453 Points

My brain hurts..

I just need the answer, idec anymore. Thanks.

switch.php
<?php
//Available roles: admin, editor, author, subscriber
if (!isset($role)) {
    $role = 'subscriber';
}

//change to switch statement
if ($role != 'admin') {
    echo "You do not have access to this page. Please contact your administrator.";
}

1 Answer

You need to use switch not normal if else statement. Try this

<?php //Available roles: admin, editor, author, subscriber if (!isset($role)) { $role = 'subscriber'; }

//change to switch statement switch ($role) { case "admin": echo "As an admin, you can add, edit, or delete any post."; break; case "editor": echo "As an editor, you can add or edit any post, and delete your own posts."; break; case "author": echo "As an author, you can add, edit, or delete your own post."; break; default: echo "You do not have access to this page. Please contact your administrator."; break; }

?>