PHP echo() Function

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PHP echo()

The echo() function outputs all parameters without appending an additional newline.

Note: echo is not actually a function (it is a language construct), so you are not required to use parentheses with it. Additionally, if you want to pass more than one parameter to echo, the parameters must not be enclosed within parentheses. Otherwise, parse error will occur.


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<?php echo("PHP World!"); ?>


PHP World!



Parameter Values

strRequiredSpecifies a string to be outputted.

Return Value

-Returns nothing.

More Examples

In the following example, we will output multiple parameters.


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<?php $str = "John doe"; $num = 45; echo "$str lucky number is $num"; ?>


John doe lucky number is 45


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