PHP Print array

Q. How do I print array with PHP?

A. You can easily print an array with php using print_r() function. It orints human-readable information about a variable including array.

<?php
  $distro = array ('r' => 'RedHat', 'd' => 'Debian', 'c' => 'CentOS ');
  print_r ($distro);
?>

<?php
$distro = array (‘r’ => ‘RedHat’, ‘d’ => ‘Debian’, ‘c’ => ‘CentOS ‘);
print_r ($distro);
?>

Sample Output:

Array
(
    [r] => RedHat
    [d] => Debian
    [c] => CentOS 
)

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