PHP Array Exercises : Get the last value of an array without affecting the pointer
PHP Array: Exercise-50 with Solution
Write a PHP script to get the last value of an array without affecting the pointer.
<?php $colors = array('c1' => 'Red', 'c2' => 'Green', 'c3' => 'White', 'c4' => 'Black'); echo next($colors)."\n"; $last = array_pop(array_keys(array_flip($colors))); echo $last."\n"; echo current($colors)."\n"; ?>
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Previous: Write a PHP script to get an array containing all the entries of an array which have the keys that are present in another array.
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