PHP Array Exercises : Print two values from a given array

PHP Array: Exercise-19 with Solution

Write a PHP script to print "second" and Red from the following array.
Sample Data :
$color = array ( "color" => array ( "a" => "Red", "b" => "Green", "c" => "White"),
"numbers" => array ( 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 ),
"holes" => array ( "First", 5 => "Second", "Third"));

Sample Solution:

PHP Code:

$color = array ( "color" => array ( "a" => "Red", "b" => "Green", "c" => "White"),
"numbers" => array ( 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 ),
"holes" => array ( "First", 5 => "Second", "Third"));
echo $color["holes"][5]."\n"; // prints "second"
echo $color["color"]["a"]."\n"; // prints "Red"

Sample Output:



Flowchart: Print two values from a given array

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