I have:
$x = array('str1','str2','str3');

I want to convert that array to a valid javascript syntax as:

var x = ['str1','str2','str3']

I can do this in PHP:

echo sprintf("x=[%s]", join(',', $x));

but that would produce:
x = [str1, str2, str3]

is there is a fast way (other than doing a loop) to have join put quote
around each array value before joining? so final result looks like:


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