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at September 9, 2012 21:37 by ashmenon

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$variable_name = array();  //Create a blank array, or empties an array.

$variable_name[] = 'valueA';  //Add a value to the array. If you do this again, it will add a second value to it, not replace the first one.
array_push($variable_name,'valueB'); //Another way to add a value to an array.

echo count($variable_name); //Displays the number of values in the array. This will input 2, because we added valueA and valueB to the array.

sort($variable_name); //Sorts the values within an array. There are several types of sorting, each with their own options. 


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Beginner PHP Chapter 5 - Arrays

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Beginner PHP Chapter 5 - Arrays - Code Block 2

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