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How to remove specific words from array in PHP

2 Answers

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$remove_words = array("of", "the");

$array = array("the", "president", "of", "the", "united", "states", "of", "america");

foreach ($array as $key=>$value) {
   if (in_array($value, $remove_words)) {
      unset($array[$key]);
   }
}

print_r($array);
  
   
/*
run:
    
Array ( [1] => president [4] => united [5] => states [7] => america )
    
*/

 




answered Nov 17, 2017 by avibootz
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$remove_words = array("of", "the");

$array = array("the", "president", "of", "the", "united", "states", "of", "america");

$replace = array_fill_keys($remove_words, '');

$array = array_filter(str_replace(array_keys($replace),$replace, $array));
  
print_r($array);    
   
/*
run:
    
Array ( [1] => president [4] => united [5] => states [7] => america )
    
*/

 




answered Nov 17, 2017 by avibootz
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