PHP array_push() Function

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The array_push() function is used to add one or more elements onto the end of an array. The length of array increases by the number of variables pushed.

Tip: You can add one value, or as many as you like.

Note: Even if your array has string keys, your added elements will always have numeric keys.

Parameter Description
array Required. Specifies an array
value1 Required. Specifies the value to add
value2 Optional. Specifies the value to add

Syntax

 array_push(array,value1,value2...) 

Example

$array=array("Samuel","Cooper");
array_push($array,"Prince","Alex");
print_r($array);

Output

Array ( [0] => Samuel [1] => Cooper [2] => Prince [3] => Alex ) 

More Example

$array=array("a"=>"Samuel","b"=>"Cooper");
array_push($array,"Prince","Alex");
print_r($array);

Output

Array ( [a] => Samuel [b] => Cooper [0] => Prince [1] => Alex )