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How to add multiple images in PHP?

if (isset($_POST['submit'])) {
    $j = 0; //Variable for indexing uploaded image 

    $target_path = "uploads/"; //Declaring Path for uploaded images
    for ($i = 0; $i < count($_FILES['file']['name']); $i++) { //loop to get individual element from the array

        $validextensions = array("jpeg", "jpg", "png"); //Extensions which are allowed
        $ext = explode('.', basename($_FILES['file']['name'][$i])); //explode file name from dot(.) 
        $file_extension = end($ext); //store extensions in the variable

        $target_path = $target_path.md5(uniqid()).
        ".".$ext[count($ext) - 1]; //set the target path with a new name of image
        $j = $j + 1; //increment the number of uploaded images according to the files in array       

        if (($_FILES["file"]["size"][$i] < 100000) //Approx. 100kb files can be uploaded.
            && in_array($file_extension, $validextensions)) {
            if (move_uploaded_file($_FILES['file']['tmp_name'][$i], $target_path)) { //if file moved to uploads folder
                echo $j.
                ').<span id="noerror">Image uploaded successfully!.</span><br/><br/>';
            } else { //if file was not moved.
                echo $j.
                ').<span id="error">please try again!.</span><br/><br/>';
            }
        } else { //if file size and file type was incorrect.
            echo $j.
            ').<span id="error">***Invalid file Size or Type***</span><br/><br/>';
        }
    }
}
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