You need to remove the second echo.
On Tue, 19 Mar 2002, Dr. Shim wrote:
> Hmmm. How about this?
> echo "<form name=\"frmMovies\" method=\"post\" action=\"" . echo $PHP_SELF
> . "\">";
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> On Tue, 19 Mar 2002, Dr. Shim wrote:
> > Well, this is a fairly simple problem. I'm having problems with escaping a
> > string, and then ending the string right after the escape! For example,
> > echo "Then Johnathan said, \"That's exactly what I said!\"";
> > I get a parse error on the line where the string is. Very simple problem,
> > just can't seem to solve it though. Maybe I'm going crazy =)
> There's nothing wrong with that PHP code. Are you sure you really copied
> and pasted it directly from the problem code - or that the parse error
> isn't somewhere else?
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