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Using an Array as a Queue in PHP
How To Use an Array as a Queue in PHP?
A queue is a simple data structure that manages data elements following the first-in-first-out rule. You use the following two functions together to use an array as a queue:
Here is a PHP script on how to use an array as a queue:
<?php $waitingList = array(); array_push($waitingList, "Joe"); array_push($waitingList, "Leo"); array_push($waitingList, "Kim"); $next = array_shift($waitingList); array_push($waitingList, "Kia"); $next = array_shift($waitingList); array_push($waitingList, "Sam"); print("Current waiting list:\n"); print_r($waitingList); ?>
This script will print:
Current waiting list: Array (  => Kim  => Kia  => Sam )
⇒ Using an Array as a Stack in PHP
⇐ Merging Two Arrays into a Single Array in PHP
⇑ PHP Built-in Functions for Arrays
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