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PHP PHP Arrays and Control Structures PHP Arrays Modifying Arrays

Change the element with the value "Red" to the value "Magenta"

arrays

index.php
<?php

$colors = array("Red","Green","Blue");

//add modifications below this line
array_unshift($colors,"Yellow");
array_push($colors,"Black");
$colors[0]="Magenta";
$colors[2]="Cyan";

1 Answer

Justin Roberts
Justin Roberts
14,583 Points

With the unshift function you're adding a new key and value to the beginning of the array. Try checking your indexes again.