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Retrieving Values out of an Array in PHP
How To Retrieve Values out of an Array in PHP?
You can retrieve values out of arrays using the array element expression $array[$key]. Here is a PHP example script:
<?php $languages = array(); $languages["Zero"] = "PHP"; $languages["One"] = "Perl"; $languages["Two"] = "Java"; print("Array with inserted values:\n"); print_r($languages); ?>
This script will print:
Array with default keys: The second value: Perl Array with specified keys: The third value: Java
⇒ Data Types of Array Keys in PHP
⇐ Testing If a Variable Is an Array in PHP
⇑ Understanding PHP Arrays and Their Basic Operations
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