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PHP PHP Basics Daily Exercise Program String Manipulation

my output is correct but your test told me that I am wrong. why?

I think I am right.

index.php
<?php

//Place your code below this comment
$firstName = 'Rasmus';
$lastName = 'Lerdorf';

?>

2 Answers

Hey, certain languages can often be a stickler for the correct punctuation needed or in this case, using double quotes instead of singles, the below code should be the correct method.

<?php
//Place your code below this comment
 $firstName = "Rasmus";
 $lastName = "Lerdorf";
?>
Alena Holligan
Alena Holligan
Treehouse Teacher

For this situation, either would work in PHP

Alena Holligan
STAFF
Alena Holligan
Treehouse Teacher

Your code passes task 1. Is there another issue?