Comments

Almost all the programming languages allow you to add comments to your code. Comments are read only by humans - the interpreter doesn’t evaluate them. Comments serve as notes for those who wrote them and other developers. There are two types of comments in php:

Single line comments start with //. Whatever follows after will not be evaluated or executed.

A comment can take up the whole line:

<?php

// For Winterfell!

or can follow some code on the same line:

<?php

print_r('I am the King'); // => For Lannisters!

Multiline comments start with /* and end with */. Each line between them should start with a *.

<?php

/*
 * The night is dark and
 * full of terrors.
 */
print_r('I am the King');

instructions

Create a single line comment with the folowing text: You know nothing, Jon Snow!.


definitions

  • Comment — A comment is just a text and it doesn’t affect program execution. Programmers use it to add notes for themselves and for their colleagues


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