Line break is not working - will not let me go to next slide on Learn PHP - 2/11

I am having severe difficulty trying to get the 2/11 on Learn PHP Variables to work.
It will NOT let me through, saying that I have to have n\2. and I PUT IT IN!

<?php // Write your code below: echo "1. Take My Focalin"; echo "\n2. Take My Risperidone";

Can somebody tell me this is a issue? Or do I have to do something?
Thanks

Hi,

We need a link to the exercise to try to replicate the issue. However, you do you have a proper line break so if you can skip ahead you should. There’s a chance it could be the semantic thing between putting the line break at the end of the first string or beginning of the second.

Here is the link
https://www.codecademy.com/courses/learn-php/lessons/php-strings-and-variables/exercises/escape-sequences

Works for me… I must have been in a mood the day i did this exercise hahahahahha

<?php
// Write your code below:
  
  
  echo "1. DOWELL";
  echo "\n2. KEEP DOING WELL";
  echo "\n3. never forget \"DO WELL\"";
  

THANK YOU VERY MUCH @toastedpitabread! THE SOLUTION WORKED!

https://www.codecademy.com/courses/learn-php/lessons/php-strings-and-variables/exercises/string-concatenation
The next lesson 3/11 will NOT let me through with correctly providing space.
This is my code

<?php // Write your code below: echo "\nMy name is: " . "Bryce"; echo "Code" . "cademy";

The order of the statements could matter here.

THANKS FOR SOLUTION @toastedpitabread ! IT WORKED NOW!

There is now ANOTHER problem!
This time it’s with the undeclared variable.

<?php namespace Codecademy; function agreeOrDisagree($yes, $no) { if ($yes === $no) { echo "You agree!"; } else { echo "You disagree!"; } }; $yes = agreeOrDisagree(1, 1); $no = agreeOrDisagree(2, 3); print(agreeOrDisagree($yes, $no)); function checkRenewalMonth($renewal_month) { if ($renewal_month !== $current_month) { return "Welcome!"; } else { "Time to renew"; } }; $current_month = date("F");

Can you share a link to the question? I think it has to do with the instructions…

https://www.codecademy.com/courses/learn-php/lessons/booleans-and-comparison-operators/exercises/identical-and-not-identical-operators

You have to put the $current_month var in the function itself. This should fix it (but remember to have your function have proper returns).

Thank you!
It worked!