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Leo Koo5,500 Points
Now using the $favorite_colors array, echo mike's favorite color
Nothing seems to work, though it works well in sublime text
<?php //Place your code below this comment $colors = ['red', 'green', 'blue']; echo $colors; $favorite_colors = array ( 'mike' => 'green', 'jane' => 'blue', 'chris' => 'red' ); echo $favorite_colors["mike"];
Algirdas Lalys9,389 Points
Hi Leo Koo,
I noticed that your $colors array values in wrong order according to challenge requirements. It should be.
<?php $colors = array('red', 'blue', 'green'); ?>
All the rest seems ok:)
Gavin Homan1,279 Points
Hi Leo Keo,
You could also reference the $colors array instead of hardcoding the values again in the $favorite_colors array
<?php $favorite_colors = array( 'mike' => $colors, 'jane' => $colors, 'chris' = > $colors ) ?>
That way you only need change the colours in the $colors array.