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PHP Enhancing a Simple PHP Application Paginating a List: Controller Adjusting Invalid Numbers

Ben Harrison
Ben Harrison
5,521 Points

The $numbers array.

Challenge task 1 of 1 The $numbers array in the code below contains one thousand numbers. I need to count how many of these numbers fit into each of the following categories: (a) how many of them are between 1 and 1000 inclusive, (b) how many of them are less than 1, and (c) how many of them are greater than 1000. I have created a foreach loop to look at each number one after the other, but right now it’s treating every number like it belongs in all three categories. Modify the code below so that the counts are correct.

I am getting the error message: PHP Notice: Undefined variable: real_count_between_one_and_thousand_exclusive in 74265027-9696-4af4-bdba-1a12dc4372aa.php on line 67

Does anyone else get this on the $numbers array challenge ?

2 Answers

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