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PHP PHP Basics (Retired) PHP Datatypes Arrays

Carlos Rojas  "Yoru No Tori"
Carlos Rojas "Yoru No Tori"
6,530 Points

print_r in a different row

sorry, as I watched the video I noticed that when I try to do the same steps, print_r returns me the the whole answer in only one row like this.

Array ( [0] => blue [1] => green [2] => brown )

but in the video I can see it in different rows like this

Array

(

[0] => blue

[1] => green

[2] => brown

)

Am I missing something?, thanks!

2 Answers

Ya your right.Because Instructor used <pre> & </pre> tags.

    <pre>
         <? php
              $num=array(1,2,3);
              print_r($num);
         ?>
     </pre>
Carlos Rojas  "Yoru No Tori"
Carlos Rojas "Yoru No Tori"
6,530 Points

Wow thanks bro, I didnĀ“t notice the ** & ** tags, neither did I use it before, thanks!

nope,....sorry....it was from "Markdown Cheatsheet" ...it has nothing to do with PHP....you have to just use <pre></pre> (html) tags ....