In PHP, you can join array elements into a string using the
implode() function takes two arguments: the first argument is the separator that you want to use to join the array elements, and the second argument is the array that you want to join.
Here's an example:
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$fruits = array('apple', 'banana', 'orange'); $fruits_string = implode(', ', $fruits); echo $fruits_string;
In this example, the
implode() function joins the elements of the
$fruits array with a comma and a space as a separator, and stores the resulting string in the
$fruits_string variable. The
echo statement then outputs the resulting string, which would be:
apple, banana, orange
You can use any separator you like, such as a space, a dash, or a newline character.