Yoda has given good advice, on occasion...
All things being equal, they (equal things) are not always so in PHP. It's more of...it depends on what you mean by 'equal.' No, this isn't a case of, "it depends what 'is' is" ... or is it?
There are times when you create an array based on a stream of incoming data, and in doing so, are blissfully (or not) ignorant of the keys.
Recently, I had the need to determine whether an array had duplicate values in it.
It seems crazy that php doesn't have a native roundDown function.
I spent the usual two lifetimes getting xdebug working (again) after upgrading to a new major version of phpStorm.
I've been through more IDE's than I can remember, but I may have stumbled onto a winner.
Sometimes, the guys controlling the synapses are asleep at the switch.
Whenever I sit down to design the architecture of a new application, I sit back and ponder. For the past few years, my decision continues to be: php.