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The difference between echo and print() is that print() can be used anywhere that a function can while echo cannot. Another difference is that echo can have several parameters separated by commas.Function behavior from print()

$a = print('Something');echo $a; // outputs "1"

Echo can take several parameters

echo 'A', 'B', 'C', 'D';

For more information, read the manual pages for echo and print:http://php.net/echohttp://php.net/print

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The difference between echo and print() is that print() can be used anywhere that a function can while echo cannot. Another difference is that echo can have several parameters separated by commas.Function behavior from print()
$a = print('Something');echo $a; // outputs "1"

Echo can take several parameters

echo 'A', 'B', 'C', 'D';

For more information, read the manual pages for echo and print:http://php.net/echohttp://php.net/print

Ok, thanks very much!(P. s. not the php manual in german please? My emglish is better as my german!) So, it depends to the quantity of values if you use ´print´ or ´echo´? Edited by eduardlid
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I'm not the one choosing the language. The PHP manual chooses the language automatically when you get there. I always use echo because print has no advantages over it.

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I'm not the one choosing the language. The PHP manual chooses the language automatically when you get there. I always use echo because print has no advantages over it.
Ok, thanks!
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