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joining two arrays together

Hi,

I would like to join two arrays togther something like the following. I
don't know a simple way to create $stack3.

Thanks,
Peter

<?php

$stack1 = array("orange", "banana");
$stack2 = array("apple", "pear");

// do what for the next line?
$stack3 = ($stack1, $stack2);

print_r($stack3 );
// The results I would like
// Array ( [0] => orange [1] => banana [2] => apple [3] => pear )

?>

Sep 14 '05 #1
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pe**********@ya hoo.com schrieb:
$stack1 = array("orange", "banana");
$stack2 = array("apple", "pear");

// do what for the next line?
$stack3 = array_merge($st ack1, $stack2);


Jo
Sep 14 '05 #2
if you have two similar keys in an associative array, you will have
problems : the values for one key is deleted by the values of the
ultimate similar key (see doc!).

Sep 14 '05 #3
ro**********@gm ail.com schrieb:
if you have two similar keys in an associative array, you will have
problems : the values for one key is deleted by the values of the
ultimate similar key (see doc!).

your're right, but for the fuits in the example it works.
if you have similar keys you need your own function
because nobody knows what to do with those keys ...

ignore the first, discard the second, generate a new key, add the values
...

Jo
Sep 14 '05 #4
$stack3 = array_merge($st ack1, $stack2);

Sep 14 '05 #5

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