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PHP PHP Functions PHP Internal Functions PHP Array Functions

Jerry Schrader
Jerry Schrader
4,396 Points

This is probably something very simple, but for some reason, I get a server error with my code.

$names = array( 'Mike' => 'Web Developer', 'Scott' => 'Student', 'Steven' => 'Student' );

function print_info($value, $key){ echo "$key is a $value"; }

array_walk($names, 'print_info')

1 Answer

Placid Rodrigues
Placid Rodrigues
12,630 Points

Hi Jerry,

You need to insert a semicolon after your last line of code. Like this:

array_walk($names, 'print_info');

Then it will work just fine.

Hope that helps.

Jerry Schrader
Jerry Schrader
4,396 Points

Thanks Placid,

it was early, lol.