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<?php declare(strict_types=1); /** * Write a function that accepts an array of strings and return another array * with strings in the input array set as keys. * * @param string[] $arrOfStrings An array of strings. * @return array Another array with strings in the input array set as keys. */ function foo(array $arrOfStrings): array { return array_fill_keys(array_filter($arrOfStrings, 'is_string'), null); } /** * Now write another function that accepts the output of the previous function, * as first argument and another string as second argument. In this function, * assume that you have some reason to iterate over the the input array using * foreach, key => value format. In every iteration, in addition to other stuff, * you also have to check if the key is equal to the input string (the second * parameter of this function), and if they match do some stuff.... * * @param array $outputFromFoo The output from {@link foo()}. */ function bar(array $outputFromFoo, string $str) { foreach ($outputFromFoo as $key => $value) { // other stuff if ((string) $key === $str) { return true; } } return false; } $result = foo(array('ab', 'cd', '10')); var_dump(bar($result, 'cd')); var_dump($result);
based on 0Km7A
Output for 7.0.0 - 7.3.1
bool(true) array(3) { ["ab"]=> NULL ["cd"]=> NULL [10]=> NULL }
Output for 5.3.22 - 5.6.28
Warning: Unsupported declare 'strict_types' in /in/6lsar on line 2 Parse error: syntax error, unexpected ':', expecting '{' in /in/6lsar on line 11
Process exited with code 255.