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PHP PHP Basics (Retired) PHP Datatypes PHP Datatypes Challenge

Can anyone point out mistake in the following code?

<?php $colors =array('red','blue','green'); echo $colors[2]; ?>

index.php
<?php

//Place your code below this comment
$integer_one=1;
$integer_two=2;
$golden=1.618;
$bool=TRUE;
$colors =array('red','blue','green');
echo $colors[2];

?>

This code appears to work fine here -> http://phptester.net/ from PHP version 5.3 and up. What errors are you getting?

2 Answers

Julian Gutierrez
Julian Gutierrez
19,201 Points

Arrays in php are zero based index so in your array red would be $colors[0], blue $colors[1], and green $colors[2].

Thanks Julian Gutierrez for your help :) I figured it out, I was getting confused between the second value and key value.