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Why does this code not pass the exercise to output current date ```php echo date(F ." ". d .", ". Y); ```
I get the proper output in my dev environment but the exercise says I am incorrect. Can anyone explain why?
<?php echo 'Today is '; //Place your code below this comment echo date('F' ." ". 'd' .", ". 'Y'); ?>
with the date function you don't need the extra quote marks to represent a space.
you can do it as:
<?php echo 'Today is '; //Place your code below this comment echo date("F d, Y"); ?>
for extra information I would suggest checking out the php.net manual on: http://php.net/manual/en/function.date.php