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Shahzain Hashmi2,360 Points
Variable Is not echoing
I have named the variable, however when trying to echo Mike's name, it doesn't work. Could you tell me where I'm going wrong?
<?php $name = "Mike"; ?> <?php echo $name ?>
Greg Kaleka39,019 Points
I've seen this get people before! The challenge wants you to only use a single PHP block. In real life, there's no reason to only use one, but that's what the challenge is looking for. Your code is otherwise perfect (though it's best practice to always use semicolons!), so all you have to do is mash it together:
<?php $name = "Mike"; echo $name; ?>