PHP Array Exercises : Sorted array without preserving the keys
PHP Array: Exercise-40 with Solution
Write a PHP program to get a sorted array without preserving the keys.
<?php $my_array = array("red", "black", "green", "black", "white", "yellow"); $sorted_unique_array = array_values(array_unique($my_array)); print_r($sorted_unique_array); ?>
Array (  => Red  => Green  => White  => Black ) Array (  => 100  => 200  => -10  => 0 )
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