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Creating an Associaed arrays in PHP.
how do you add an associative array named $favorite_colors. The keys will be, in order, the following: 'mike', 'jane', & 'chris' with values for each. Those values are 'green', 'blue', & 'yellow'?
<?php //Place your code below this comment $integer_one = 1; $integer_two = 2; $golden = 1.618; $bool = true; $colors = array ("red","blue","green"); echo ("blue"); ?>
Hey, firstly I think you mean associative array and the example I've attched might be what you're looking for :)
$favorite_colors = array("Mike"=>"green",
My advice would be to look through here (http://www.w3schools.com/php/func_array.asp). This might come in handy.
Have a great weekend
$favorite_colors = array("Mike" =>"green", "Jane"=>"blue", "Chris"=>"yellow");
Jaime RiosCourses Plus Student 21,100 Points
Sorry for taking so long to answer. Since rhysadams is a good example, normally you want to declare your variable as an empty array. Here is an example of what I mean:
$galeria = ; $galeria = [ "titulo" => "Objeto 1", "img" => "http://lorempixel.com/400/200/", "ubicacion" => "hermosillo, sonora", "tipo de sistema" => "mixto-biologico", "año" => "2012" ];
As a side note, something really helped me internalize the concepts is to develop a website like that with custom content.