Posted on November 16, 2016

The Arr::last function returns the last element in the given array.

The callback function is a test for the array parameter. The last element of the array that could pass the test is returned. In case there is nothing returned the third parameter which is a callback is returned. This method uses the Arr::first() merhod, first calculates the first element that passes the test and then uses the array_reverse() method to return the array in reverse order and takes the first one from it.

Example usage

$array = [100, 200, 300];

$last = Arr::last($array);

// 300

$array1 = [1,2,3]; 

$last = Arr::last(
    function($key, $value) {
        return $key == 0;

// 3


array $array

callable|null $callback

mixed $default

Return Value



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