ok so you need to redefine the array inside the function? I asked about classes because ive seen people use public variable with OOP and only define variables once.
Im looking for best practises thanks chris May 1 '09 at 0: 31 While PHP has well over threescore array functions, arrayrotate is strangely missing as of PHP 5. 3. Searching online offered several solutions, but the ones I found have defects such as inefficiently looping through the array or ignoring keys.
If the third parameter strict is set to TRUE then the inarray() function will also check the types of the needle in the haystack.
I think a better explanation would be: strict If the third parameter, strict, is set to TRUE, then the inarray() function will do a strict comparison of values and types between the needle and haystack.
Despite PHP's amazing assortment of array functions and juggling maneuvers, I found myself needing a way to get the FULL array key mapping to a specific value. This function does that, and returns an array of the appropriate keys to get to said (first) value occurrence.
Return Values. Returns an array of the parameters. The parameters can be given an index with the operator. Read the section on the array type for more information on what an array The PHP devs aren't going to implement true overloading because: PHP is not strictly typed by any stretch of the imagination (0, " 0"null, false, and" " are the same, for example) and unlike Java and C, you can pass as many values as you want to a function.
In order to do this, you will want this function: function temp array(); foreach (array as value) if(isarray(value)) temp[ else temp[ value; C does not allow to pass an entire array as an argument to a function.
However, You can pass a pointer to an array by specifying the array's name without an index. If you want to pass a singledimension array as an argument in a function, you would have to declare function formal parameter in one arraycombine (PHP 5, PHP 7) arraycombine Creates an array by using one array for keys and another for its values