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PHP PHP Basics PHP on the Web Date Function

PHP code gives the correct output, but when checking the work it says it is incorrect.

<?php echo 'Today is ' . date('F d\, Y'); //Place your code below this comment


Output is: Today is January 25, 2019

Checking the task returns:

Bummer: You have not passed the correct string for formatting. Your date SHOULD return: January 25, 2019

echo 'Today is ' . date('F d\, Y');
//Place your code below this comment


Quickly before I post an answer... see how it says //Place your code below this comment Try that

1 Answer

Also remove the "\"

echo 'Today is ';
//Place your code below this comment
echo date('F d, Y')