Unlike echo, print can accept only one argument
Unlike echo, print returns a value, which represents whether the print
Both are language constructs, so () are optional. Using () with echo limits
you to one argument.
All courtesy PHP 4 Bible.
"Eoghan" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> whats the difference between
> print and echo ?
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