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Old January 9th, 2010, 01:13 PM
zechdc zechdc is offline
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Post Answer to question #1

I found a similar issue to problem number one at devshed.com

The last post on the devshed forum topic, it says you can use array_merge to do what your looking for.

Php docs on array_merge

Here is my working script:

PHP
PHP Code:
            $first_array = array(
                 
'name1' => 'value1',
                 
'name2' => 'value2',
            );
            
$second_array = array('name3'=>'value3');
            
$result array_merge((array)$first_array, (array)$second_array);
            
print_r($result); 
RESULTS
Code:
Array ( [name1] => value1 [name2] => value2 [name3] => value3 )

Last edited by zechdc; July 9th, 2010 at 02:34 PM..
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