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PHP PHP Basics (Retired) PHP Conditionals & Loops Conditionals Challenge

Tracy Sanders
Tracy Sanders
424 Points

Under the variable $name create a if statement that test to see that the $name variable is set to the string 'Mike'.

Previous answers do not allow passing.

if ($name == "Mike") {
 $info ="Hi Mike";   

1 Answer

You have no semicolon after $name="Mike"

Any time.