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Returning More Than One Value

function addandsubtract ($firstvalue, $secondvalue){ 
    $firstreturnvalue = ($firstvalue + $secondvalue); 
    $secondreturnvalue = ($firstvalue - $secondvalue); 
    $myarray = array (); 
    $myarray[0] = $firstreturnvalue; 
    $myarray[1] = $secondreturnvalue; 
    return $myarray; 
$myarray = array (); 
$myarray = addandsubtract (10, 3); 
echo $myarray[0] . "<br />";  
echo $myarray[1];  

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