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print field if/else

I want to have the surname print and if there is also an entry in "web", then I want to print the surname as a link using the address stored in "web". The final output should look like this, depending on whether or not there is something in "web".

Dr. Who
or
<a href="www.who.com">Dr. Who</a>
if ($selectlinks3['name'] !== '')
    {
           echo "<strong>{$selectlinks3['name']}&nbsp;</strong>";
    }
		if ($selectlinks3['surname'] !== '')
    {
           echo "<strong>{$selectlinks3['surname']}</strong>";
    }

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nascent1

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]

what about this:
echo ($selectlinks3['name'] == '' ? '' : "<strong>{$selectlinks3['name']} </strong>" );
echo ($selectlinks3['surname'] == '' ? '' : "<strong>{$selectlinks3['surname']} </strong>" );

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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]

sorry, I didn't read properly ...
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nascent1

Thank you! :)
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