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Printing the Array Values - PHP

In our last exciting adventure (back in early November), we braved crocodiles, ravenous editors, most of the PHP statements, and beginning loops. In this edition we'll cover the final statement, the Switch, and discuss arrays. So sit back, order your R2D2 robot to bring you a cold, frosty Jolt Cola, and let's get cracking.

  1. PHP: The Switch Statement and Arrays
  2. The Variable's Big Brother
  3. Printing the Array Values
  4. Associative Arrays
  5. The Multidimensional Array
  6. Beyond Multidimensional Arrays
By: James Payne
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January 07, 2008

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If we wanted to print the values inside of the array, we could do so this way:




$mygirlfriends[0] = “Your Mother”;

$mygirlfriends[1] = “Angelina Jolie”;

$mygirlfriends[2] = “Whitney White”;

echo $mygirlfriends[1] . “and” . $names[2]



The above code would print:

  Angelina Jolie and Whitney White

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