Given an array of elements, we have to delete an element from the array by using the unset() function.
Input : $arr = array("Harsh", "Nishant", "Bikash", "Barun"); unset($arr); Output : Array (  => Harsh  => Nishant  => Bikash ) Input : $arr = array(1, 2, 6, 7, 8, 9); unset($arr); Output : Array (  => 1  => 2  => 6  => 8  => 9 )
unset() function: The function accepts a variable name as parameter and destroy or unset that variable.
Approach: This idea to solve this problem using the unset function is to pass the array key of the respective element which we want to delete from the array as a parameter to this function and thus removes the value associated to it i.e. the element of an array at that index.
Below programs illustrate the above approach:
Array (  => Harsh  => Bikash  => Nishant  => Deep )
Array (  => 1  => 8  => 9  => 7  => 3  => 4 )
Note: The array keys will not be reordered after using the unset() function.
- How to delete an array element based on key in PHP?
- PHP | unset() Function
- PHP | Unset() vs Unlink() Function
- How to delete last element from a set in C++
- How to delete last element from a map in C++
- PHP program to find missing element(s) from an array
- Replace each element by the difference of the total size of the array and frequency of that element
- Replace every array element by Bitwise Xor of previous and next element
- Replace every element of the array by its previous element
- Replace every element of the array by its next element
- AngularJS | angular.element() Function
- Program to find the smallest element among three elements
- How to get the first element of an array in PHP?
If you like GeeksforGeeks and would like to contribute, you can also write an article using contribute.geeksforgeeks.org or mail your article to firstname.lastname@example.org. See your article appearing on the GeeksforGeeks main page and help other Geeks.
Please Improve this article if you find anything incorrect by clicking on the "Improve Article" button below.