PHP Array Exercises : Remove all white spaces in an array

PHP Array: Exercise-54 with Solution

Write a PHP script to remove all white spaces in an array.

Sample Solution:

PHP Code:

 $my_array = array(15, null, "  ", -2, NULL, "", " \n", "Red", 54, "\t");
$result = array_filter($my_array, create_function('$x','return preg_match("#\S#", $x);'));                 

Sample Output:

    [0] => 15                                               
    [1] =>                                                  
    [2] =>                                                  
    [3] => -2                                               
    [4] =>                                                  
    [5] =>                                                  
    [6] =>                                                  
    [7] => Red                                              
    [8] => 54                                               
    [9] =>                                                  
    [0] => 15                                               
    [3] => -2                                               
    [7] => Red                                              
    [8] => 54                                               


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