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PHP PHP Basics (Retired) PHP Datatypes PHP Datatypes Challenge

PHP datatypes challenge - add three colors to your array: red, blue, green.

I cannot get past this question, but it seems right to me. Any help is appreciated.

index.php
<?php

//Place your code below this comment

$integer_one = 1;
$integer_two = 2;
$golden = 1.618;
$bool = TRUE;
$colors = array(`red`,`blue`, `green`);



?>

2 Answers

Your code is correct. The problem is due to "smart quotes" backticks (`). I could tell you were using them because the syntax highlighting was stopping at the first quotation mark.

<?php

//Place your code below this comment

$integer_one = 1;
$integer_two = 2;
$golden = 1.618;
$bool = TRUE;
$colors = array('red','blue', 'green');

?>

Thanks. Nice catch!