PHP String Escape Sequences
echo "Hello, World!\nThis is a String!";
This is a String!
In PHP, sometimes special characters must be escaped in order to include them in a string. Escape sequences start with a backslash character (\).
There are a variety of escape sequences that can be used to accomplish different tasks. For example, to include a new line within a string, the sequence \n can be used. To include double quotation marks, the sequence \” can be used. Similarly, to include single quotes, the sequence \’ can be used.