To create a variable in php you have to use the dollar sign $
Notice that right after the dollar sign $ you type the name of a variable.
Like this $name
Then you have the equal sign = to assign a value, or something to the variable
Then between commas " --- " you put a value to the variable
$object = "big"
$grass = "ghreen"
$money = "34"
$house = "27634"
And then you can just output the variable after the echo, instead of using the actual string of text.
No. 1 - A variable starts with the $ sign, followed by the name of the variable
$name = "write something here"
No. 2 - A variable name must start with a letter or the underscore character
$letter = "any letter you want"
$_orThis = "Or the underscore, and you can have two words - or , This"
No. 3 - A variable name cannot start with a number
$3name = "THIS WILL NOT WORK"
No. 4 - A variable name can only have alpha numeric characters and underscores (A-z, 0-9, and _ )
$_InfoJULY_on = "You can do something like this"
No. 5 - Variable names are case-sensitive ($car and $CAR are two different variables)
$car = "This is the variable car"
$CAR = "And this is another variable name CAR, they are different"
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