How to use array intersect assoc in PHP
In this article, I will explain how the array_intersect_assoc() function can be used in PHP.
array_intersect_assoc() function in PHP
The array_intersect_assoc() function is used to compare two or more arrays, if they are present in all of the other arrays, it returns an array with the keys and values from the first array.
In array_intersect_assoc() function, both the key and the value is used in the comparison.
array1 array1 is required parameter. The first array is the array which will be compared with other arrays.
array2 array2 is required parameter. An array to be compared with the first array.
array3 array3 is optional parameter. An array to be compared with the first array.
The following example show to how the array_intersect_assoc() function can be used in PHP.
<h3 style="color: darksalmon;">array_intersect_assoc() function example in PHP</h3>
$a1 = array("1" => "darkolivegreen", "darkgoldenrod", "blue");
$a2 = array("1" => "darkolivegreen", "yellow", "darkgoldenrod");
$result = array_intersect_assoc($a1, $a2);
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