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

Why is this procedure wrong?

It keeps stating to use the statement from above which is 'Hi, I am Mike!'. Yet, it keeps saying I am wrong. Help please.


$name = 'Mike';

 $name == 'Hi, I am Mike!';
echo $name;

2 Answers

jason chan
jason chan
31,009 Points
$name = 'Mike';

if( $name == 'Mike'){
echo 'Hi, I am Mike!';

var name = "mike'; if name equal mike true then print Hi i am mike.

I hope that helps man. I'm just javascripty. LOLs

Niclas Valentiner
Niclas Valentiner
8,947 Points

Jason gave a solution but to clarify a bit: You're comparing "Mike" to "Hi, I am Mike!" then echoing the variable, in this case "Mike".