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Multiline String Literal in PHP


Using escape sequences: We can use the \n escape sequences to declare multiple lines in a string.

<?php
	//declaring multiple lines using the new line escape sequence
	$var="Geeks\nFor\nGeeks";
	echo $var;
?>

Output

Geeks
For
Geeks

Using concatenation assignment operator: We can use the concatenation assignment operator .= to concatenate two strings and the PHP_EOL to mark the end of the line.

<?php
	$s1="Geeks". PHP_EOL;//PHP_EOL marks end of line so that
	$s2="For". PHP_EOL;//next string get concatenated as new line
	$s3="Geeks";
	$s1.=$s2.=$s3;//concatenating the string into $s1
	echo $s1;//printing final concatenated string
?>

Output

Geeks
For
Geeks


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