Wrap these in a couple of functions and surround the joined array elements with parentheses : sprintf « String « PHP

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PHP » String » sprintf 
Wrap these in a couple of functions and surround the joined array elements with parentheses
 
<?php 
function array_values_string($arr) { 
    return sprintf("(%s)", implode(', ', array_values($arr)))


function array_keys_string($arr){ 
    return sprintf("(%s)", implode(', ', array_key($arr)))


$countries_languages = array('Germany' ='German', 'France' ='French', 'Spain' ='Spanish'); 

print 'Countries: '; 
print array_keys_string($countries_languages)
print '<br />Languages: '; 
print array_values_string($countries_languages)

?>
  
  
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