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Copying Array Values to a List of Variables in PHP
How To Copy Array Values to a List of Variables in PHP?
If you want copy all values of an array to a list of variable, you can use the list() construct on the left side of an assignment operator. list() will only take values with integer keys starting from 0. Here is a PHP script on how to use list() construct:
<?php $array = array("Google", "Yahoo", "Netscape"); list($first, $second, $third) = $array; print("Test 1: The third site = $third\n"); list($month, $date, $year) = split("/","1/1/2006"); print("Test 2: Year = $year\n"); $array = array("Zero"=>"PHP", 1=>"Basic", "One"=>"Perl", 0=>"Pascal", 2=>"FORTRAN", "Two"=>"Java"); list($first, $second, $third) = $array; print("Test 3: The third language = $third\n"); ?>
This script will print:
Test 1: The third site = Netscape Test 2: Year = 2006 Test 3: The third language = FORTRAN
Test 2 uses the array returned by the split() function. Test 3 shows that list() will ignore any values with string keys.
⇒ PHP Built-in Functions for Arrays
⇐ Order of Array Values in PHP
⇑ Understanding PHP Arrays and Their Basic Operations
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