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PHP PHP Basics Daily Exercise Program String Manipulation

Amrit Pandey
Amrit Pandey
17,595 Points

PHP intermediates help me

What is wrong here? Preview is right yet code is not passing!


//Place your code below this comment
  $firstName = 'Rasmus';
  $lastName= 'Lerdorf';
  $fullname = "$firstName $lastName";
  $string = $fullname . ' was the original creator of PHP' . "\n";
  echo $string;

1 Answer

It doesn't like that you are assigning your string to a new variable and then echoing that variable. If you just echo the concatenation, you'll pass just fine :)