FAQ: Introduction to PHP - How is PHP used in HTML?

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I am looking for a php web development company anyone please contact me.

In the very first task there isnt really anything to do, but I tried uploaded the file to my server and noticed something strange, the html code made through php shows the ending part ;?> in the browser, ie:

<?php echo "

But this code is interpreted by PHP and turned into HTML

";?>

shows:

But this code is interpreted by PHP and turned into HTML

;?>

If I remove the ending part “;?>” it works as intended, but that code won’t run in the codepen learning environment.
Can anyone explain what’s going on?