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Adding Values to an Array without Keys in PHP
Can You Add Values to an Array without Keys in PHP?
Can You Add Values to an Array with a Key? The answer is yes and no. The answer is yes, because you can add values without specifying any keys. The answer is no, because PHP will add a default integer key for you if you are not specifying a key. PHP follows these rules to assign you the default keys:
Here is a PHP example script:
<?php $mixed = array(); $mixed["Zero"] = "PHP"; $mixed = "Perl"; $mixed["Two"] = "Java"; $mixed["3"] = "C+"; $mixed[""] = "Basic"; $mixed = "Pascal"; $mixed = "FORTRAN"; print("Array with default keys:\n"); print_r($mixed); ?>
This script will print:
Array with default keys: Array ( [Zero] => PHP  => Perl [Two] => Java  => C+  => Basic  => Pascal  => FORTRAN )
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