How to use ksort in PHP

In this article, I will explain how the ksort() function can be used in PHP.
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ksort() function in PHP

  • The ksort() function is used to sort an array by the keys in reverse order. The values keep their original keys.

  • The ksort() function returns TRUE on success, or FALSE on failure.

  • The ksort() function is useful mainly for associative arrays.




  • array array is required parameter. the specified array to be sort.
  • sorttype sorttype is optional parameter. it determine, how to sort the array values. Possible values of sorttype is
    • SORT_REGULAR - this is the default case value. it don't change types.
    • SORT_NUMERIC - it's treat values numerically.
    • SORT_STRING - it's treat values as strings.
    • SORT_LOCALE_STRING - it's treat values as strings, based on local settings.


The following example show to how the ksort() function can be used in PHP.



<h3 style="color: violet;">ksort() function example in PHP</h3>


    $my_demo = array("b" => "Student".'<br/>', "c"=> "Teacher".'<br/>', "a" => "Advocate".'<br/>');









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