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How to extract a slice of array (copy part of array) in PHP

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asked Oct 28, 2017 by avibootz
edited Oct 28, 2017 by avibootz

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$myarray = [1, 4, -98, 10918, 120];

$ends = array_slice($myarray, 2); 

print_r($ends);

 
/*
run: 

Array ( [0] => -98 [1] => 10918 [2] => 120 )

*/

 




answered Oct 28, 2017 by avibootz
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$myarray = [1, 4, -98, 10918, 120];

$ends = array_slice($myarray, -3, 3); 
    
print_r($ends);

 
/*
run: 

Array ( [0] => -98 [1] => 10918 [2] => 120 )

*/

 




answered Oct 28, 2017 by avibootz
0 votes
$myarray = [1, 4, -98, 10918, 120];

$slice = array_slice($myarray, 0, 3); 

print_r($slice);

 
/*
run: 

Array ( [0] => 1 [1] => 4 [2] => -98 )

*/

 




answered Oct 28, 2017 by avibootz
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