The second echo statement was set up to display the number of letters, but it always showed "2", and we have additional
I don't understand what the question is saying. We never learnt the count(); function in the previous videos, this is rather tricky. Help please, thanks!
<?php $letters = array("A", "C", "M", "E"); echo "Today's challenge is brought to you by the "; echo " letters: "; echo "AC"; echo "."; ?>
Matthew Bilz15,829 Points
The count function will return the number of items indexed in your array. For instance, if you call the count function for $letters, it will return 4.
$count = count($letters); echo $count; //will return the integer 4
So if they want you to replace any of their echo statements with the number of letters, you would simply put your new $count variable inside the double quotes of the echo statement where they would like the number.
I hope this helps!