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This chapter talks about creating an array, adding and removing elements from an array, and looping over the contents of an array. There are many built-in functions that work with arrays in PHP, because arrays are very common and useful. Author: Kevin Tatroe, Rasmus Lerdorf Code: PHP 4.0
The PHP programming language supports the concepts of arrays that will be familiar from many other programming languages. PHP arrays will be more familiar to programmers familiar with interpreted languages such as awk and perl. Author: Peter Burden Code: PHP 4.0
Arrays offer an ideal means for storing, manipulating, sorting, and retrieving the kinds of data sets that programmers spend a lot of time working with. PHP supports the array data type. Author: W. Jason Gilmore Code: PHP 4.0
When we last discussed arrays, we described how arrays could be used and only deal with indexes based on integer numbers (1,2,3,etc). This week we'll introduce another type of array -- the associative arrays. Author: John Coggeshall Code: PHP 4.0
Explore the function and potential of using arrays. You will learn how to sort arrays and manipulate them to exhaust their potential in association with your goal. This chapter shows you how to use an important programming construct—arrays. Author: Laura Thomson, Luke Welling Code: PHP 4.0
With PHP 4.0 comes more than 30 new array-related functions. Some of the more common functions let you determine if something is in a given array or not, count the number of elements in an array, add or delete array elements, and sort array elements. Author: Julie Meloni Code: PHP 4.0
One of the most important things to learn in PHP is - how to create and work with arrays. The simplest way to explain what an array is, is to show you the difference between an array and a regular variable in PHP. Author: desilva.biz Code: PHP 4.0
When working with PHP, sooner or later, you might want to create many similar variables. Instead of having many similar variables, you can store the data as elements in an array.
Author: w3schools Code: PHP 4.0
Easy, right? Instead of echoing the values, you can insert them into a database or do whatever you need to do. Utilities that create HTML select boxes, multiple select boxes (as shown above), show database results, etc.
Author: PHP Builder Code: PHP 4.0
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