ksort() function sorts an array according to its key values, maintaining the original index association. : Array sort « Data Structure « PHP





ksort() function sorts an array according to its key values, maintaining the original index association.

 
Its syntax is: void ksort (array array)

<?
$w = array ("A" => "a",
            "I" => "i",
            "A" => "z",
            "F" => "f",
            "C" => "c");

ksort($w);
print_r( $w);
?>
  
  










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