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PHP PHP Basics Unit Converter Manipulating Numbers

<?php $integerOne = 1 + 5; $integerTwo = 2 - 1; $floatOne = 1.5; echo $integerOne; echo $integerTwo; ?>

Still don't know what I"m dong wrong


$integerOne = 1 + 5;
$integerTwo = 2 - 1;
$floatOne = 1.5;


1 Answer

Maxwell Newberry
Maxwell Newberry
7,680 Points

Although you're correct, what they're looking for you to do is carry out the operations separately. The compiler that checks your work first checks if you declare $integerOne to equal 1 before you operate on it. As well as the same check for $integerTwo.


// Task 1
$integerOne = 1;
$integerTwo = 2;
$floatOne = 1.5;

// Task 2
$integerOne += 5;
$integerTwo -= 1;

// Task 3
echo $integerOne * $floatOne;