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php line break between functions

In php...I know you can use \n for a line break when echoing a string.

But how can I do a line break between functions when calling 2 functions so that my output does not run together on the same line?

I tried nl2br(); but that needs parameters and I am not sure what it wants. I am doing the PHP Functions Basics course.

It seems there should be an easy way to create a line break between examples when I run the code?

1 Answer

Seth Kroger
Seth Kroger
56,403 Points

In plain text, you can just echo "\n" between the two function calls. In HTML you can put each function call inside <p>'s.

  <?php functionOne(); ?>
  <?php functionTwo(); ?>

Thank you!!