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Hi there,

I've got some variables that I want to write on one single line like this:
$test="test" $test2="test2" $test3="test3";

If I'm testing this I'm getting a error 500. If I test it with each variable on a different line it works fine but it takes up more drive space then. Is there anyway to put them on one single line without getting an error message ?
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mattrope earned 25 total points
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Just put a semicolon after each assignment:

$test="test"; $test2="test2"; $test3="test3";

The assignments are actually separate commands, so you need semicolons between them.
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Why didn't I think of that ? Excellent, thanks...
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