string implode function - returns formated string on the fly from an array

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  <h2>string implode function - returns formated string on the fly from an array</h2>
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   <?php
    /*
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     let's make a string holding comma seperated ages of people
     -----------------------------------------------------------
    */
    $ageString = "10,20,30,40,50";
    echo "<h4>Output of ageString of the people</h4>";
    print "<p>$"."ageString = {$ageString}</p>";
    /*
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     we can get an array of ages by splitting the string by using explode function
     --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    */
    $separator = ",";
    $ageArray = explode($separator, $ageString);
    print "<p>$"."separator = {$separator}</p>";
    echo "<h4>Output of ageArray by using string explode function</h4>";
    print_r($ageArray);
    /*
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     now we want to make the array | separated string on the fly by using 
     string implode function
     --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    */
    $separator = "|";
    $finalString = implode($separator, $ageArray);
    print "<p>$"."separator = {$separator}</p>";
    echo "<h4>Output of finalString by using string implode function</h4>";
    print "<h1>$"."finalString = {$finalString}</h1>";
    /*
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     in the professional world this function is also very useful to handel array
     to make formated string on the fly.
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    */
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