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array_reverse — Returns a copy of the original array in reverse order.


array array_reverse(array);
array array: Array of values to reverse


Array in reverse order from the input array; NULL on failure


Creates a copy of the given array in reverse order, with key/value relationships intact. It returns the copy while leaving the original array untouched.


PHP 4 since 4.0b4


Example 30. Reverse the order of an array's elements

$ax = array("a" => "alpha", "b" => "bravo", "c" => "charlie", "d" => "delta");
$reversed = array_reverse($ax);

    [d] => delta
    [c] => charlie
    [b] => bravo
    [a] => alpha

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