PHP Array Exercises : Get the index of the highest value in an associative array
PHP Array: Exercise-31 with Solution
Write a PHP program to get the index of the highest value in an associative array.
<?php $x = array( 'value1' => 3021, 'value2' => 2365, 'value3' => 5215, 'value4' => 5214, 'value5' => 2145); reset($x); // optional. arsort($x); $key_of_max = key($x); echo "Index of the highest value : ".$key_of_max."\n"; ?>
Index of the highest value : value3
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