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Concatenate Array for Human Reading

function concatenate($elements, $delimiter = ', ', $finalDelimiter = ' and ') {
       $lastElement = array_pop($elements);
       return join($delimiter, $elements) . $finalDelimiter . $lastElement;
}

Usage

$array = array('John', 'Mary', 'Ishmal');
echo concatenate($array);
// outputs "John, Mary and Ishmal"

Provide second parameter, a string, for a delimiter other than a comma.

Comments

  1. Permalink to comment#

    Thanks, this solution is better than my complicated loop hack.

  2. Shez
    Permalink to comment#

    why not just use implode? implode(“delimiter”, array); :s

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