Given an array, we have to delete an element from that array using the array_diff() function in PHP.
Input : $arr = array(2, 8, 9, 7, 6, 5); $arr = array_diff($arr, array(9)); Output : Array (  => 2  => 8  => 7  => 6  => 5 ) Input : $arr = array("shubham", "akshay", "vishal", "sweta"); $arr = array_diff($arr, array("akshay")); Output : Array (  => shubham  => vishal  => sweta )
array_diff() The array_diff() function accepts two or more than two arguments and returns an array containing values from the first array which are not present in other arrays.
Approach: The idea to solve this problem is we will pass two arrays to the array_diff() function as parameters. The first array in the parameter will be the array from which we want to delete the element. The second array will contain a single element which we want to delete from the first array. Finally, we will store the resultant array returned by the array_diff() function in the input array.
Below programs illustrate the above approach:
Array (  => 2  => 8  => 7  => 6  => 5 )
Array (  => Harsh  => Nishant  => Barun  => Bikash )
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