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stage 6 challenge 1
The code below creates an array of numbers, loops through them one at a time, and sums their values. PHP actually has a native function that does this same thing: array_sum(). [The array_sum() function receives an array as its one and only argument, and it sends back the sum as the return value.] Modify the code below: remove the foreach loop and the working sum variable, replacing them with a call to the array_sum() function instead.
<?php $numbers = array(1,5,8); array_sum(14); echo $sum; ?>
Chris Shaw26,650 Points
The current code you have isn't quite right as you're not doing the following:
- Assigning the returned value of
array_sumto the variable
- Not passing the
$numbersarray to the
The final code for this task you should have is as follows.
<?php $numbers = array(1,5,8); $sum = array_sum($numbers); echo $sum; ?>
thank you so much got it correct