Project 3: Print Statement and echo

PHP offers two main ways to display information:

1. print statement:

This statement directly outputs text to the browser. Here’s an example:

PHP Code

<?php

print(“Hello, world!”);

?>

This code will display “Hello, world!” on the webpage.

2. echo statement:

Similar to print, the echo statement also outputs text. However, echo can be used multiple times in a single line, while print requires separate statements for each output. Here’s an example:

PHP Code

<?php

echo “Welcome to my website! “;

echo “Today is ” . date(“Y-m-d”) . “.”;

?>

This code will display “Welcome to my website! Today is 2024-05-04.” (assuming today’s date is May 4th, 2024).

Here’s another example of print methods.

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