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PHP PHP Basics Daily Exercise Program String Manipulation

Please help

1) Use the $fullName variable

2) Display the following string to the screen.

Rasmus Lerdorf was the original creator of PHP.

3) Use an escape character to add a newline to the end of the string.

index.php
<?php

//Place your code below this comment

$firstName =  'Rasmus';
$lastName = 'Lerdorf';

$fullName = "$firstName $lastName";

echo "$fullName     was the original creator of PHP\n";
 ?>

4 Answers

Many thanks mr Jonathan Barrios i got it!!just got to be sure to add the period before the \n

<?php

//Place your code below this comment $firstName = 'Rasmus'; $lastName = 'Lerdorf';

$fullName = "$firstName $lastName";

echo "$fullName was the original creator of PHP.\n";

?>

Rasmus Lerdorf was the original creator of PHP.

You're missing the . to end the sentence.

jonathanbarrios
jonathanbarrios
Treehouse Teacher

That is also correct, so let's use your answer. Mooketsi Alister Manyuna, be sure to add the period before the \n as well. Way to go, Zimri Leijen!

Please mr Hulet help me to solve question 3 i tried so many times but failed.

<?php

//Place your code below this comment

$firstName = 'Rasmus'; $lastName = 'Lerdorf';

$fullName = "$firstName $lastName";

echo "$fullName was the original creator of PHP\n"; ?>

1) Use the $fullName variable

2) Display the following string to the screen.

Rasmus Lerdorf was the original creator of PHP.

3) Use an escape character to add a newline to the end of the string.

This took me much longer than it should've but this worked:

<?php

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