a::show($array, $echo = true)

Shows an entire array or object in a human readable way This is perfect for debugging

  • $array (array)
    The source array
  • $echo (boolean)
    By default the result will be echoed instantly. You can switch that off here.
  • return (mixed)
    If echo is false, this will return the generated array output.

Example

<?php
$array = array(
  'cat'  => 'miao',
  'dog'  => 'wuff',
  'bird' => 'tweet'
);

a::show($array);

Result:

Array
(
  [cat] => miao
  [dog] => wuff
  [bird] => tweet
)

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