Mika Laakso4,222 Points
What is wrong with the code?
It seems right...
<?php $a = 5; //Place your code below this comment $isBoolean; $isBoolean = true $isIdentical; $isIdentical($a == "5"); ?>
You don't have to pre-declare the boolean and identical variable. You have to assign $isIdentical with the equal sign. Try it like this!
<?php $a = 5; //Place your code below this comment $isBoolean = true; $isIdentical = ($a === "5"); ?>
Stipe Stipic17,520 Points
$isBoolean = true; $isIdentical = ($a === "5");
you need to asign the result of is $a identical to "5" and there is a missing equal after $isIdentical, and when you check is $a identical with "5" you need === (3 equal signs for identical).