6 years ago in Php Variables and Syntax

Output of echo true; ?

[A] true
[B] “true”
[C] 1
[D] All of the above
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Payal
Payal - 4 years ago

Payal from Patna, India is saying true is correct answer

Meer Afghan
Meer Afghan - 4 years ago

Meer Afghan from Islamabad, Pakistan is saying 1 is correct answer

Gunjit Kaur
Gunjit Kaur - 4 years ago

Gunjit Kaur from Mohali, India is saying 1 is correct answer

Sachin Gowda
Sachin Gowda - 4 years ago

Sachin Gowda from India is saying “true” is correct answer

Nazia Sayed
Nazia Sayed - 4 years ago

Nazia Sayed from Mumbai, India is saying 1 is correct answer

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