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The code block below displays a list of two letters from the Latin alphabet using echo statements. Let's change this blo

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index.php
<?php



echo "Today's challenge is brought to you by the ";
echo "2";
echo " letters: ";
echo "AC";
echo ".";

?>

1 Answer

Jennifer Nordell
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Jennifer Nordell
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I would prefer to know what you've tried thus far that's failing. That way I could provide a proper explanation for where you're going wrong or what you haven't understood. But given that I don't have that to go on I'll provide you with my solution. Take a close look at it and go back through the challenge to see how I implemented the different steps.

<?php
$letters = ["A","C","M", "E"];


echo "Today's challenge is brought to you by the ";
echo count($letters);
echo " letters: ";
foreach $letter in $letters {
  echo $letter;
}
echo ".";

?>