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More PHP Variable Practice



In the previous section, you started to work with
variables. You outputted text to a page. In the next few sections, you’ll do
some more work with variables, and learn how to do your sums with PHP.

But now that you can print text to a page, let’s try some numbers. Start with
the basic PHP page again, and save your work as variables2.php:

<title>More on Variables</title>


print (“Basic Page”);



We’ll now set up a variable and print it to the page. So change your code to


$first_number = 10;
print ($first_number);


All the code does is to print the contents of the variable that we’ve called
$first_number. Remember: if you’re printing direct text then you need
quotation marks; if you’re printing a variable name then you leave the quotes
out. To see why, run the first script above. Then change the print line to this:

print (“$first_number”);

In other words, add double quotation marks around your variable name. Did it
make a difference? What did you expect would print out? Now change the double
quotes to single quotes. Run your script again. With double quotes, the number
10 still prints; with single quotes, you get the variable name!


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