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PHP PHP Arrays and Control Structures PHP Arrays Sorting Arrays

edward wong
edward wong
3,349 Points

Why is 'Chocolate' at the top when it should be 'Black Cherry' when using asort()?

Alena Holligan, If the asort function sorts the values alphabetically, why is 'Black Cherry' last and 'Chocolate' is first?

1 Answer

Julian Helmholz
Julian Helmholz
3,242 Points

asort() will start with strings that are combined by multiple words. then it continues using single words. It is caseSensetive also.