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Re: [PHP] Array strangeness




On Mon, Jan 4, 2016 at 10:02 AM, Lester Caine <lester@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Code is simple enough in long hand ...
>
> $surname = array();
> $name = $row['n_surn'];
> $cnt = $row['sn_count'];
> print_r($row);
> print($name);
> print($cnt);
> $surnames[$name]['name'] = $name;
> $surnames[$name]['match'] = $cnt;
>
> Result ...
> Array ( [n_surn] => CORTEEN [sn_count] => 227 )
> CORTEEN
> 227
> Array ( [CORTEEN] =>
>     Array ( [name] => CORTEEN
>             [match] => Array ( [name] => CORTEEN [match] => 227 ) ) )
>
> WHY is the [match] an array rather than the 227 value from the original
> result array.
> Actual code was not expanded using the intermediate variables, but the
> problem is that incorrect value in the match field :(
>
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That is weird, you are not touching the array $surnames anywhere else. Also
noticed you are declaring $surname but using the plural version $surnames.