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    echo vs print.. any difference?

    Is there actually any difference or is one of them in use?

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    No, there is no difference. echo and print are the same thing.
    Last edited by Inigoesdr; 09-20-2011 at 02:36 PM.
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    I find different answers, but this seems like the best explanation:
    http://www.jonlee.ca/php-tidbit-echo-vs-print/


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    Actually that article is wrong.

    If you look at print on the php website, take a look at return values:

    Returns 1, always.
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    Thank you, mlseim.
    Last edited by Inigoesdr; 09-20-2011 at 02:37 PM.

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    Echo has a shortcut to use it: <?=$var?>


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