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What am I doing wrong?

$flavor = "berry";
echo "<p>Your favorite flavor of ice cream is ";
echo "$flavor";
echo ".</p>";
if ($flavor == "berry") { echo "<p>Randy's favorite flavor is cookie dough, also!</p>";

Hint says: Be sure to add a conditional to hide the message.

2 Answers

Stone Preston
Stone Preston
42,016 Points
if ($flavor == "berry")

shouldnt you be checking if flavor is equal to "cookie dough", not berry?

if ($flavor == "berry") { echo "<p>Randy's favorite flavor is $flavor, also!</p>"; } ?>

Not sure if berry or cookie dough $flavor should be echo'd