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PHP Array Pop

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This section demonstrates the use of the array_pop function in the PHP

  • last element of the array is popped by the PHP array_pop() function.
  • array_pop() function in PHP makes the given array with one element lesser
  • It pops up (deletes) the last element  and return it.


PHP Array POP Example
  • <?php
        $arr2
    =array(22,33,44,55,10,80,8);
        echo
    "array values are<br>";

        foreach
    ($arr2 as $a)
          echo
    " ".$a;
        $pop
    =array_pop($arr2);

        echo"<br>pop out element is ".$pop;
        echo
    "<br>array values after popping are <br>";
        foreach
    ($arr2 as $a)
          echo
    " ".$a;
    ?>

              Output
        array values are
        22 33 44 55 10 80 8
        pop out element is 8
        array values after popping are
        22 33 44 55 10 80

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