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Old December 11th, 2006, 11:55 AM
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Default I need a echo wizard

Hi, how to echo this please. Trying to learn how to use
echo on php code itself. Thank you very much.
echo "<?php
$getfile = rand(1,15);
$imagefile = "file" . $getfile . ".jpg";
echo "<img src='/$imagefile'>";
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//echo is used to print strings
echo "Anne1 <br>Starting Member";
<img src='image name'>
print("My Image");


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