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Displaying one value from an array

$shapes = array('S' => 'Cylinder',
                'N' => 'Rectangle',
                'A' => 'Sphere',
                'O' => 'Sphere',
                'P' => 'Rectangle');
print "A notepad is a {$shapes['Notepad']}.";

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