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Re: [PHP] difference between indexed and associative arrays?




<?php
        $a1 = array( 'one'=>'koala', 'two'=>'dingo', 'three'=>'kangaroo',
'four'=>'kookaburra', 'sixty'=>'wallaby' );
        $a2= array( 'koala', 'gecko', 'bilbi', 'crocodile', 'wallaby' );

        $diff = array_diff( $a1, $a2 );

        print_r( $diff );


On Wed, Apr 5, 2017 at 7:54 AM, Jeffry Killen <jekillen@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Is there a function that will produce the difference between indexed and
> associative arrays, without actually testing for string or integer indices?
>
> (Although I realize that arrays can be mixed string and integer indeces.)
>
> Thank you for time and attention.
> JK
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