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PHP Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '$cookbook' (T_VARIABLE) in .php on line 6

PHP Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '$cookbook' (T_VARIABLE) in /home/treehouse/workspace/cookbook .php on line 6

1 Answer

I tried to recreate the error and one of the things that would cause this is if you are missing a semicolon after your final include statement

include "classes/recipes.php";
include "classes/render.php";
include "classes/recipecollection.php";
include "inc/allrecipes.php";    // removing the semicolon here causes the error 

$cookbook = new RecipeCollection("Treehouse Recipes");