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    Multiple column data in echo statement


    Since my last few posts I have gained a better understanding of PHP and feel more comfortable with the code.

    How do I pull data from multiple columns into one <td> echo statement?

    PHP Code:
    <td>Name:</td><?php echo $customer['first_name' AND 'last_name']; ?>

    That is what I've tried, it returns only the firstName. I have tried to concatenate it but I'm stumped. Any help is appreciated.


    Also, I don't know if it matters but I have a
    PHP Code:
    foreach (customers as customer) : ?> 
    Thanks.
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    Either:


    PHP Code:
    <td>Name:</td><?php echo $customer['first_name'] . ' ' $customer['last_name']; ?>
    Or

    PHP Code:
    <td>Name:</td><?php echo $customer['first_name']; ?> <?php echo $customer['last_name']; ?>
    The former is more correct
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