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PHP Build a Basic PHP Website (2018) Listing and Sorting Inventory Items Associative Arrays

How do I echo a specific item in an associative array in the body of my html? I think I'm struggling with syntax.

If anyone

<?php $movie = [];
$movie[title] = "The Empire Strikes Back";
<h1><?php echo $movie["The Empire Strikes Back"];?></h1>

    <td>Robert Zemeckis</td>
    <th>IMDB Rating</th>
    <th>IMDB Ranking</th>

2 Answers

Andrey Chernykh
Andrey Chernykh
Courses Plus Student 2,552 Points


In array movie you create new element with key 'title' and value 'The Empire Strikes Back'

Than you should call this key to show its value

Example below

$movie = [];
$movie['title'] = "The Empire Strikes Back";
echo $movie['title'];

Thanks! I thought it was a simple matter as such. 'preciate it.