implode in php

In PHP, the implode() function is used to join elements of an array with a string. For example:

$array = array('apple', 'banana', 'orange');
$string = implode(', ', $array);

echo $string;  // Outputs "apple, banana, orange"

The first argument to implode() is the string that will be used to join the array elements. The second argument is the array that you want to join.

You can also use implode() to join an array of arrays. In this case, the function will return a string containing the array elements joined by the specified string. For example:

$array = array(array('apple', 'banana'), array('orange', 'grape'));
$string = implode(', ', $array);

echo $string;  // Outputs "Array, Array"

To join the inner arrays, you can use a nested call to implode():

$array = array(array('apple', 'banana'), array('orange', 'grape'));
$string = implode(', ', array_map('implode', $array));

echo $string;  // Outputs "apple, banana, orange, grape"

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