FAQ: Introduction to PHP Functions - More on Return Statements

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good day, please I need more clarification on how the concept of using a return keyword works…

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Why should we use a variable to call a function? While we can call the function with echo?
I mean like this:
function announceRunning()
echo “The first function is running!\n”;
return “This is the return value of the first function.”;
echo announceRunning();