I want to separate my array into separate strings that all end with a comma.
Array (  => 233d3f9b-3e8e-4e16-ade2-6c165a0324c6  => a6c736b0-f3d2-4907-9d36-6b31adeec2d1  => 1e693cba-d0ce-4a24-bd75-b834e3f44272 )
The purpose of this is so i can pass it to an API. Like this
'optionUuids' => array( $options2, ),
The option UUidds can contain multiple values as long its separated by a comma in the end.
I tried solving my problem using implode. Implode adds a comma at the end of each line, but it treats this comma as a string. I want to have multiple option UUids so i would need commas that are actually commas and not strings.
Im having trouble explaining this. This is what i expect:
'optionUuids' => array( 233d3f9b-3e8e-4e16-ade2-6c165a0324c6, a6c736b0-f3d2-4907-9d36-6b31adeec2d1, 1e693cba-d0ce-4a24-bd75-b834e3f44272, ),