by Sai gowtham

How to convert an Array to a String in PHP

PHP has a built-in implode() function by using that we can convert an array to a string.

The implode() function accepts two arguments, the first one is delimiter and second one is an array (we need to convert it as a string).

Here is an example:

$array = array('a', 'b', 'c');
$str = implode(",", $array);
print_r ($str);

Output:

a,b,c

Note: If you don’t pass the first argument to a implode() function, it will defaults to an empty string ('').

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