On Tue, 28 Aug 2001, Hugh Danaher wrote:

> I think at one time I tried using double quotes but didn't get good results.
> If you have time to answer, why the backslash and what the hell is "foo"?

Using the backslash escapes the double quote ... tells php to not use the
double quote (as it does to end a string assignment), but to print it
instead.  And "foo" is just a seemingly universal place-holder for a
string or something else that you can replace with just about anything.

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