PHP’s “associative array”: removing blacklisted or keeping whitelisted keys

Yup, if there is one language I loathe more than PHP, it’s Javascript… but this here is about PHP and how to either remove unwanted keys from an “associative array” (as they call it in PHP world) or leave only those, which you want to stay – in one shot.

Remove unwanted keys:

$my_cleaned_array = array_diff_key($my_dirty_array, array_flip($array_of_blacklisted_keys));

Keep welcome keys:

$my_cleaned_array = array_intersect_key($my_dirty_array, array_flip($array_of_whitelisted_keys));
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