>Ok in my output to Quark I need to have $P printed to the page like this:
><@$p>2118 S. Campbell Ave
>So in my php which is going to be grabbing this info and formatting it for
>the Quark....isn't echoing that "$p" all I get is the <@>
>I have tried several things:
>$p = $p
>$p = print("$p")
>$p = echo "$p"
>On and on...
>tried all kinds of ways to just get a $p to print to the page.....and I can
>not for some reason get a $p to print to the page...what's up with that...
Try with $p = '$p' to store the string $p inside the $p variable. Or, use
"echo '$p'" (without the double quotes). $p = echo "$p" makes no sense, as
the echo function doesn't return anything, and you're trying to store the
returning result (none) into the variable $p.
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