> -----Original Message-----
> From: Miller, Terion [mailto:tmil...@springfi.gannett.com]
> Sent: 29 July 2009 16:36
> 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" is trying to interpolate the value of the variable $p -- if you had full 
error reporting turned on, you would see a nonexistent variable error. Once 
more, there are several things you can do, of which the two most obvious are:

* Use single quotes: echo '$p';

* Use a backslash: echo "\$p";


Mike Ford,
Electronic Information Developer, Libraries and Learning Innovation,  
Leeds Metropolitan University, C507, Civic Quarter Campus, 
Woodhouse Lane, LEEDS,  LS1 3HE,  United Kingdom 
Email: m.f...@leedsmet.ac.uk 
Tel: +44 113 812 4730

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