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Special Characters in Double-Quoted Strings in PHP
What Are the Special Characters You Need to Escape in Double-Quoted Stings?
There are two special characters you need to escape in a double-quote string: the double quote (") and the back slash (\). Here is a PHP script example of double-quoted strings:
<?php echo "Hello world!"; echo "Tom said: \"Who's there?\""; echo "\\ represents an operator."; ?>
This script will print:
Hello world!Tom said: "Who's there?"\ represents an operator.
⇒ Escape Sequences in Double-Quoted Strings in PHP
⇐ "new line" Character in Single-Quoted Strings in PHP
⇑ Understanding PHP String Literals and Operations
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