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Determine foreach

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We are using the foreach($array as $eachline) function in an array.

No. Value.
[a] => apple
[b] => banana
[am] => monkey

How do I determine the No.varabele of the array within the foreach
function?

Mindy
Jul 17 '05 #1
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First step look in php manual, available for downloand from
http://www.php.net/

foreach ($yourarray as $key => $value){

echo $key .";".$value."/n"

}

the $key is the key

Hello, Mindy!
You wrote on Mon, 18 Apr 2005 13:07:16 +0200:

MG> No. Value.
MG> [a] => apple
MG> [b] => banana
MG> [am] => monkey

MG> How do I determine the No.varabele of the array within the foreach
MG> function?
Jul 17 '05 #2

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Mindy Geac wrote:
We are using the foreach($array as $eachline) function in an array.

No. Value.
[a] => apple
[b] => banana
[am] => monkey

How do I determine the No.varabele of the array within the foreach
function?

Mindy


<?
foreach($array AS $key => $value) {

echo 'My key is:' . $key . ' and my value is: ' . $value;

}
?>

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