Print in PHP

by Hiroshi on June 19, 2008

in PHP Basics, Print

Print is almost similar to echo in PHP. Here is how we do it.

<?php
print ("some text");
?>
<?php
print "some text";
?>
<?php
print "<b><font color='red'> some text</font></b>";
?>

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