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array_slice — Returns an array subset of consecutive elements from the original array.


array array_slice(array, offset[, length]);
array: Base array to be used
int offset: Starting element index
int length (optional):


Array; NULL on failure


array_slice() copies a subsection from an array and returns the subsection as a new array. If offset is negative, the function starts at offset elements from the end of array .

If length is not given, copying begins from offset and continues to the end of array . If length is given and is positive, copying begins from offset and continues for length elements. If length is negative, copying begins from offset and ends length elements from the end of array .




Example 32. Copy a range of elements from an array

$arr1 = array(1, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19);
$arr2 = array_slice($arr1, 3, 2);
echo "Original array: ", implode(", ", $arr1), "\n";
echo "New array: ", implode(", ", $arr2);

Original array: 1, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19<br>
New array: 7, 11

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