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PHP PHP Basics (Retired) PHP Datatypes PHP Datatypes Challenge

Jake Steel
Jake Steel
5,048 Points

PHP Basics Integer Variable

Create Two Integer Variables - The first will be named $integer_one with a value of 1 and the second will be named $integer_two with a value of 2

can anyone please help me. Not sure what I am doing wrong. I am on challenge 1 of 7 regarding integer variables.


//Place your code below this comment
$integer_one= "1"
$integer_two= "2"

Jake Steel
Jake Steel
5,048 Points

Thanks so much Anthony, I did figure this out and forgot to update or take down the post. Thanks for responding though, much appreciated.

1 Answer

anthony crowell
anthony crowell
Courses Plus Student 10,953 Points

Hi first you don't need the double quotes for a variable unless you want to use them as a string, also you should put semi colon's at the end to tell the program your done with that line.