Oops, try again. Did you remember to use echo or print, followed by your name?


#1
 // Write your function below!
  function displayName() {

echo('Marj');
}

displayName();

Yet Marj shows up on the screen


#2

echo is a construct, not a function. We do not need to wrap the content in parens.

<?php
    echo "<p>A paragrah element echoed to the response document</p>";
 ?>

Without knowing the lesson you are on, only going by your code, may we assume this is what you are working toward?

<?php
    function displayName(name){
        echo name;
    }
    displayName('Marj');
 ?>

Hope this helps.


#3







<?php
// Write your function below!

function displayName() 
{
    echo "Paul";
}
    displayName('Paul');
    ?>
  </p>
</body>


this was it so simple


#4

You know what? I'm going to give you an E for effort. But honestly? This does not meet any grade, and deservedly so.


#5

read what @mtf wrote, understand what's written and after that take action.

learning a new skill isn't a sprint it's a marathon