PHP PHP Arrays and Control Structures PHP Arrays Multidimensional Arrays

Gurveer Singh
Gurveer Singh
PHP Development Techdegree Student 5,678 Points

did't understand this question plz

Replace the hard coded values in the output with the name and email values from the contacts array.

//edit this array

//$contacts[0] will return 'Alena Holligan' in our simple array of names.
$contactone =
  array('name' => 'Alena Holligan',  
'email' => '');
$conatacttwo =
  array('name' => 'Dave McFarland',
'email' => '');
$conatactthree =
  array('name' => 'Treasure Porth',
'email' => '');
$conatactfour =
  'name' => 'Andrew Chalkley',
'email' => '');

$contacts = array($contactone, $conatacttwo, $conatactthree, $conatactfour);

 echo $contacts[0]['name'];
echo $contacts[0]['email'];
 echo $contacts[1]['name'];
echo $contacts[1]['email'];
     echo $contacts[2]['name'];
echo $contacts[2]['email'];
     echo $contacts[3]['name'];
echo $contacts[3]['email'];

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
195,561 Points

You have the right idea, but you want to retain the original HTML markup in the output.

So you might use concatenation to replace the literals with the appropriate variable values. For example:

/ ...
echo "<li>" . $contacts[0]['name'] . " : " . $contacts[0]['email'] . "</li>\n";