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     $val1 = "";
     $val2 = "";
     function return_multi_value(&$value1, &$value2)
          $value1 = "This is the first value";
          $value2 = "This is the second value";
     return_multi_value($val1, $val2);
     print("$val1<br />$val2<br />");

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