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Using an array returned from a function

function myFunction2($meal, $tax, $tip) {
    $tax_amount  = $meal * ($tax / 100);
    $tip_amount  = $meal * ($tip / 100);
    $total_notip = $meal + $tax_amount;
    $total_tip   = $meal + $tax_amount + $tip_amount;

    return array($total_notip, $total_tip);

$totals = myFunction2(15.22, 8.25, 15);

if ($totals[0] < 20) {
    print 'The total without tip is less than $20.';
if ($totals[1] < 20) {
    print 'The total with tip is less than $20.';

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