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PHP

How can a display min() values in array

I want to display top 10 high paid and low 10 paid workers. I tried max and it showed, but the min isn't working.

$totalCustomer = count($customerArray);
$postion = 0;
foreach ($customerArray as $custom) {
    $postion = $postion + 1;
    if($totalCustomer - $postion < 9){
        $top[] = $custom['spend'];
        $maxprice = max($top);

        echo "Max spend price is ". $maxprice. "<br>";
    }                              
}  

1 Answer

Ryan Schurton
Ryan Schurton
13,815 Points

min() function will only display the smallest number in an array. sort() function will display the array from lowest to highest. Try using the sort() function.