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    Say I wanted to take three string variables,

    $one = "123"
    $two = "abc"
    $three = "easy as"

    , and combine them into a single variable:

    $combined = "easy as abc 123"

    I've looked over the implode function, but I'm not sure how to arrange the statement..

    $combined = implode("", $one, $two, $three)

    Returns an error "Wrong parameter count for implode() in test.php3"

    Your help is appreciated,
    Mike
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    Mike,

    Why wouldn't you do this;

    $combined = "";
    $one = "123";
    $two = "abc ";
    $three = "easy as ";

    $combined .= $three;
    $combined .= $two;
    $combined .= $one;

    echo $combined;

    Pay close att. to the original settings of the one, two three vars. The quotes and spacing are important.

    Chris Smith

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