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PHP List () function

Syntax:
list ($variable1, $variable2 ....)
Parameter:it takes a list variables separated by spaces. These variables are assigned values. The first variable is required.Return value:The function returns a designated array for several passed variables. It does not assign the value of to $ M if m > n, where n - the length of the array.The following programs illustrate the list() function in PHP:Program 1 : A program to demonstrate the use of the list() function.
// PHP program to demonstrate the use of the list() function $array = array (1, 2, 3, 4);  
// assign array values ​​to variables list ( $a , $b , $c ) = $array ;  
// print all assigned values ​​ echo "a =" , ( $a ), "" ; echo "b =" , ( $b ), "" ; echo "c =" , ( $c ), "" ;  
// perform multiplication
// these assigned numbers echo "a * b * c = " , ( $a * $b * $c );  
?>
Output:
a = 1 b = 2 c = 3 a * b * c = 6
Program 2:A program to demonstrate a runtime error of the list() function.
// PHP demo program
// runtime error of the list() function $array = array (1, 2, 3, 4);  
// assign array values ​​to variables list ( $a , $b , $c , $d , $e ) = $array ;  
?>
Output:
PHP Notice: Undefined offset: 4 in /home/619f1441636b952bbd400f1e9e8e3d0c.php on line 6
Link :
http://php.net/manual/en/function.list.php
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