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reset — Moves the internal array pointer to the first element of the array and returns that element's value.


mixed reset(array);
array array: Array for which to reset the internal pointer


Value of the first element of the array; FALSE if there is no first element


This function resets the internal array pointer to the first element of array and returns the value of that element. The order in which PHP keeps the array is the same order in which the elements were put into the array by the use of any of the element-addition functions such as array() , push() , and so on.


PHP 3, PHP 4

See also

See also end() , key() , current() , next() , prev()


Example 56. Reset the internal array pointer

$my_array = array('a', 'b', 'c', 'd', 'e');
echo current($my_array);
for ($i = count($my_array); $i >= 0; $i--) {
  echo "\n";
  echo next($my_array);
echo reset($my_array); /* Now go back to the beginning. */



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