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Using the sort () Function


 <?php
  $emp_names []= "D";
  $emp_names []= "B";
  $emp_names []= "A";
  $emp_names []= "C";
  $emp_names []= "E";
  
  sort ($emp_names);
  foreach ($emp_names as $val) {
     echo "$val", "\n";
  }
 ?>
           
       










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