Convert print_r output to PHP array
This form allows you convert print_r to PHP Array, paste or upload your print_r output below:
Result of print_r conversion to PHP Array
Why convert print_r to PHP array?
Very often, when working with arrays in PHP, you may need to output an intermediate array via print_r to check its elements, and then you may need to convert the print_r output back to an array to continue writing code to process this array. Thus, this is mostly necessary when developing and debugging code.
How to convert print_r to PHP array?
Just paste the output from print_r into the textarea above and click to the button "Convert" and you'll get a PHP array in the next textarea.
How to recreate PHP array from print_r output?
To convert print_r to an array, you need to parse the text using regular expressions. You can find an example solution here https://www.php.net/manual/ru/function.print-r.php#121259
What is print_r in PHP?
print_r() prints information about a variable. If string, integer, or float is given, the value itself is printed. If array is given, the values will be presented in a format showing keys and values.
Example of print_r conversion to PHP ArrayBefore:
Array ( [website] => Array ( [domain] => wtools.io [title] => Online Web Tools ) [string] => some text [integer] => 1 [float] => 2.3 [subArray] => Array (  => Hello World. ) )After:
[ 'website' => [ 'domain' => 'wtools.io', 'title' => 'Online Web Tools', ], 'string' => 'some text', 'integer' => 1, 'float' => 2.3, 'subArray' => [ 0 => 'Hello World.', ], ]After the conversion, you can apply the PHP array to your project or use it for some other purpose.