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Consider the following multidimensional array:

$arr = array(
array(3, 5, 7, 9),
array(2, 4, 6, 8),
array(1, 3, 5, 7)
);
function add_arrays($arr) {
for ($row = 0; $row < count($arr[0]); $row++) {
for ($column = 0; $column < count($arr[$column]); $column++) {
$totals[$row] = $totals[$row] + $arr[$column][$row];
}
}
print_r($totals);
}
add_arrays($arr);

This returns the following array:
Array ( [0] =6 [1] =12 [2] =18 [3] =24 )
These are the totals of the array's in $arr: 6 (3 + 2 + 1, added all
first elements), 12 (5 + 4 + 3, added all second elements), etc. This
took me quite a portion of the day to construct ;) However, I would
like add_arrays to return a multidimensional array like this:
Array (
Array ( [0] =3 [1] = 5 [2] = 7 [3] = 9 ) // 1st row
Array ( [0] =5 [1] = 9 [2] =13 [3] =17 ) // 1st row + second
row (i.e. 5 = 3 + 2)
Array ( [0] =6 [1] =12 [2] =18 [3] =24 ) // 1st _ 2nd + 3rd
row (i.e. 6 = 3 + 2 + 1)
)
Could somebody please help me building a function that does just that?
Adding one row to the previous one and adding the result to the output
array? Any help would be greatly apprectiated!  
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On May 7, 4:05 pm, dennis.spreng...@gmail.com wrote:
Consider the following multidimensional array:

$arr = array(
array(3, 5, 7, 9),
array(2, 4, 6, 8),
array(1, 3, 5, 7)
);
function add_arrays($arr) {
for ($row = 0; $row < count($arr[0]); $row++) {
for ($column = 0; $column < count($arr[$column]); $column++) {
$totals[$row] = $totals[$row] + $arr[$column][$row];
}
}
print_r($totals);
}
add_arrays($arr);

This returns the following array:
Array ( [0] =6 [1] =12 [2] =18 [3] =24 )
These are the totals of the array's in $arr: 6 (3 + 2 + 1, added all
first elements), 12 (5 + 4 + 3, added all second elements), etc. This
took me quite a portion of the day to construct ;) However, I would
like add_arrays to return a multidimensional array like this:
Array (
Array ( [0] =3 [1] = 5 [2] = 7 [3] = 9 ) // 1st row
Array ( [0] =5 [1] = 9 [2] =13 [3] =17 ) // 1st row + second
row (i.e. 5 = 3 + 2)
Array ( [0] =6 [1] =12 [2] =18 [3] =24 ) // 1st _ 2nd + 3rd
row (i.e. 6 = 3 + 2 + 1)
)
Could somebody please help me building a function that does just that?
Adding one row to the previous one and adding the result to the output
array? Any help would be greatly apprectiated!
Is there any guarantee that the arrays will all be the same length as
oneanother? Are they always a set length, or can the lengths vary?
Personally, I would start with making an empty array, which is the
same length as the size of the longest array. Set all values in that
array to 0. Then, loop through each array, and loop through the values
of each array, and add them to the starting array. Now return the
array you just created. Hope that makes sense. Example to follow.  
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On May 7, 4:05 pm, dennis.spreng...@gmail.com wrote:
Consider the following multidimensional array:

$arr = array(
array(3, 5, 7, 9),
array(2, 4, 6, 8),
array(1, 3, 5, 7)
);
function add_arrays($arr) {
for ($row = 0; $row < count($arr[0]); $row++) {
for ($column = 0; $column < count($arr[$column]); $column++) {
$totals[$row] = $totals[$row] + $arr[$column][$row];
}
}
print_r($totals);
}
add_arrays($arr);

This returns the following array:
Array ( [0] =6 [1] =12 [2] =18 [3] =24 )
These are the totals of the array's in $arr: 6 (3 + 2 + 1, added all
first elements), 12 (5 + 4 + 3, added all second elements), etc. This
took me quite a portion of the day to construct ;) However, I would
like add_arrays to return a multidimensional array like this:
Array (
Array ( [0] =3 [1] = 5 [2] = 7 [3] = 9 ) // 1st row
Array ( [0] =5 [1] = 9 [2] =13 [3] =17 ) // 1st row + second
row (i.e. 5 = 3 + 2)
Array ( [0] =6 [1] =12 [2] =18 [3] =24 ) // 1st _ 2nd + 3rd
row (i.e. 6 = 3 + 2 + 1)
)
Could somebody please help me building a function that does just that?
Adding one row to the previous one and adding the result to the output
array? Any help would be greatly apprectiated!
I take that back, I misread your post. Sorry.
Example to follow anyway. :D  
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On May 7, 11:05 am, dennis.spreng...@gmail.com wrote:
Consider the following multidimensional array:

$arr = array(
array(3, 5, 7, 9),
array(2, 4, 6, 8),
array(1, 3, 5, 7)
);
function add_arrays($arr) {
for ($row = 0; $row < count($arr[0]); $row++) {
for ($column = 0; $column < count($arr[$column]); $column++) {
$totals[$row] = $totals[$row] + $arr[$column][$row];
}
}
print_r($totals);
}
add_arrays($arr);

This returns the following array:
Array ( [0] =6 [1] =12 [2] =18 [3] =24 )
These are the totals of the array's in $arr: 6 (3 + 2 + 1, added all
first elements), 12 (5 + 4 + 3, added all second elements), etc. This
took me quite a portion of the day to construct ;) However, I would
like add_arrays to return a multidimensional array like this:
Array (
Array ( [0] =3 [1] = 5 [2] = 7 [3] = 9 ) // 1st row
Array ( [0] =5 [1] = 9 [2] =13 [3] =17 ) // 1st row + second
row (i.e. 5 = 3 + 2)
Array ( [0] =6 [1] =12 [2] =18 [3] =24 ) // 1st _ 2nd + 3rd
row (i.e. 6 = 3 + 2 + 1)
)
Could somebody please help me building a function that does just that?
Adding one row to the previous one and adding the result to the output
array? Any help would be greatly apprectiated!
Here's one way. Obviously there are others, also.
function add_arrays_cumulative($arr) {
$out = array();
for($i = 0; $i < count($arr); $i++) {
if(!isset($out[$i]))
$out[$i] = array();
for($j = 0; $j < count($arr[$i]); $j++)
$out[$i][$j] = $arr[$i][$j] + (isset($out[$i1][$j]) ?
$out[$i1][$j] : 0);
}
return $out;
}  
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The length of the array's may vary, as may the number of array's. But
all array's will be of equal length, i.e.
$arr = array(
array(3, 5, 7, 9, 23, 53, 54, 57),
array(2, 4, 6, 8, 23 , 2, 43, 5),
array(1, 3, 5, 7, 56, 45, 8, 54),
array(4, 4, 5, 3, 21, 3, 23, 42),
array(6, 3, 2, 1, 8, 33, 12, 43)
);
is also possible but
$arr = array(
array(3, 5, 7, 9, 23, 53, 54, 57),
array(2, 4, 6, 8, 23 , 2),
);
will never be :) Hope this helps!  
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Wow, thanks! It works great. I will spend the next hour or so trying
to understand what code you wrote and why I still can't come up with
stuff solutions that :)
On 7 mei, 17:32, ZeldorBlat <zeldorb...@gmail.comwrote:
On May 7, 11:05 am, dennis.spreng...@gmail.com wrote:
Consider the following multidimensional array:

$arr = array(
array(3, 5, 7, 9),
array(2, 4, 6, 8),
array(1, 3, 5, 7)
);
function add_arrays($arr) {
for ($row = 0; $row < count($arr[0]); $row++) {
for ($column = 0; $column < count($arr[$column]); $column++) {
$totals[$row] = $totals[$row] + $arr[$column][$row];
}
}
print_r($totals);
}
add_arrays($arr);

This returns the following array:
Array ( [0] =6 [1] =12 [2] =18 [3] =24 )
These are the totals of the array's in $arr: 6 (3 + 2 + 1, added all
first elements), 12 (5 + 4 + 3, added all second elements), etc. This
took me quite a portion of the day to construct ;) However, I would
like add_arrays to return a multidimensional array like this:
Array (
Array ( [0] =3 [1] = 5 [2] = 7 [3] = 9 ) // 1st row
Array ( [0] =5 [1] = 9 [2] =13 [3] =17 ) // 1st row + second
row (i.e. 5 = 3 + 2)
Array ( [0] =6 [1] =12 [2] =18 [3] =24 ) // 1st _ 2nd + 3rd
row (i.e. 6 = 3 + 2 + 1)
)
Could somebody please help me building a function that does just that?
Adding one row to the previous one and adding the result to the output
array? Any help would be greatly apprectiated!
Here's one way. Obviously there are others, also.
function add_arrays_cumulative($arr) {
$out = array();
for($i = 0; $i < count($arr); $i++) {
if(!isset($out[$i]))
$out[$i] = array();
for($j = 0; $j < count($arr[$i]); $j++)
$out[$i][$j] = $arr[$i][$j] + (isset($out[$i1][$j]) ?
$out[$i1][$j] : 0);
}
return $out;
}
 
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On May 7, 4:40 pm, dennis.spreng...@gmail.com wrote:
Wow, thanks! It works great. I will spend the next hour or so trying
to understand what code you wrote and why I still can't come up with
stuff solutions that :)
On 7 mei, 17:32, ZeldorBlat <zeldorb...@gmail.comwrote:
On May 7, 11:05 am, dennis.spreng...@gmail.com wrote:
Consider the following multidimensional array:

$arr = array(
array(3, 5, 7, 9),
array(2, 4, 6, 8),
array(1, 3, 5, 7)
);
function add_arrays($arr) {
for ($row = 0; $row < count($arr[0]); $row++) {
for ($column = 0; $column < count($arr[$column]); $column++) {
$totals[$row] = $totals[$row] + $arr[$column][$row];
}
}
print_r($totals);
}
add_arrays($arr);

This returns the following array:
Array ( [0] =6 [1] =12 [2] =18 [3] =24 )
These are the totals of the array's in $arr: 6 (3 + 2 + 1, added all
first elements), 12 (5 + 4 + 3, added all second elements), etc. This
took me quite a portion of the day to construct ;) However, I would
like add_arrays to return a multidimensional array like this:
Array (
Array ( [0] =3 [1] = 5 [2] = 7 [3] = 9 ) // 1st row
Array ( [0] =5 [1] = 9 [2] =13 [3] =17 ) // 1st row + second
row (i.e. 5 = 3 + 2)
Array ( [0] =6 [1] =12 [2] =18 [3] =24 ) // 1st _ 2nd + 3rd
row (i.e. 6 = 3 + 2 + 1)
)
Could somebody please help me building a function that does just that?
Adding one row to the previous one and adding the result to the output
array? Any help would be greatly apprectiated!
Here's one way. Obviously there are others, also.
function add_arrays_cumulative($arr) {
$out = array();
for($i = 0; $i < count($arr); $i++) {
if(!isset($out[$i]))
$out[$i] = array();
for($j = 0; $j < count($arr[$i]); $j++)
$out[$i][$j] = $arr[$i][$j] + (isset($out[$i1][$j]) ?
$out[$i1][$j] : 0);
}
return $out;
}
Here's my version with comments. I posted it anyway, as it would have
been a waste of time for me not to. I think it's identical to the
example above, but it's a little longer...
<?php
$arr = array(
array(3, 5, 7, 9),
array(2, 4, 6, 8),
array(1, 3, 5, 7)
);
function add_arrays($input_array) {
// Cteate a new tmp_array in the global scope
// of the function.
$tmp_array;
// Create out array which will be returned
$out_array = array();
// Add the first row of $arr
$out_array[] = $input_array[0];
// For each array from the second array in $arr...
//echo "<pre>",print_r($input_array[0]),"</pre>";
for ($row = 1; $row < sizeof($input_array); $row++) {
// Create a new array
$tmp_array = array();
// Now, for each key in the current $arr row...
for ($key_num = 0; $key_num < sizeof($input_array[$row]); $key_num+
+) {
// Add the values of $input_array[$row1][$key_num] to the values
// of the array in $output_array before ($out_array[$row]
[$key_num])
$tmp_array[$key_num] = $input_array[$row][$key_num] +
$out_array[$row1][$key_num];
}
// Append the $tmp_array to the $output_array
$out_array[] = $tmp_array;
}
return $out_array;
}
$result= add_arrays($arr);
echo 'Contents of $result: <br />';
echo "<pre>Array 1:<br />",print_r($result[0]),"</pre>";
echo "<pre>Array 2:<br />",print_r($result[1]),"</pre>";
echo "<pre>Array 3:<br />",print_r($result[2]),"</pre>";
?>  
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On May 7, 4:40 pm, dennis.spreng...@gmail.com wrote:
Wow, thanks! It works great. I will spend the next hour or so trying
to understand what code you wrote and why I still can't come up with
stuff solutions that :)
On 7 mei, 17:32, ZeldorBlat <zeldorb...@gmail.comwrote:
On May 7, 11:05 am, dennis.spreng...@gmail.com wrote:
Consider the following multidimensional array:

$arr = array(
array(3, 5, 7, 9),
array(2, 4, 6, 8),
array(1, 3, 5, 7)
);
function add_arrays($arr) {
for ($row = 0; $row < count($arr[0]); $row++) {
for ($column = 0; $column < count($arr[$column]); $column++) {
$totals[$row] = $totals[$row] + $arr[$column][$row];
}
}
print_r($totals);
}
add_arrays($arr);

This returns the following array:
Array ( [0] =6 [1] =12 [2] =18 [3] =24 )
These are the totals of the array's in $arr: 6 (3 + 2 + 1, added all
first elements), 12 (5 + 4 + 3, added all second elements), etc. This
took me quite a portion of the day to construct ;) However, I would
like add_arrays to return a multidimensional array like this:
Array (
Array ( [0] =3 [1] = 5 [2] = 7 [3] = 9 ) // 1st row
Array ( [0] =5 [1] = 9 [2] =13 [3] =17 ) // 1st row + second
row (i.e. 5 = 3 + 2)
Array ( [0] =6 [1] =12 [2] =18 [3] =24 ) // 1st _ 2nd + 3rd
row (i.e. 6 = 3 + 2 + 1)
)
Could somebody please help me building a function that does just that?
Adding one row to the previous one and adding the result to the output
array? Any help would be greatly apprectiated!
Here's one way. Obviously there are others, also.
function add_arrays_cumulative($arr) {
$out = array();
for($i = 0; $i < count($arr); $i++) {
if(!isset($out[$i]))
$out[$i] = array();
for($j = 0; $j < count($arr[$i]); $j++)
$out[$i][$j] = $arr[$i][$j] + (isset($out[$i1][$j]) ?
$out[$i1][$j] : 0);
}
return $out;
}
Oh, and for the record, ZeldorBlat's example is much safer. My example
was primarily to help you understand one of the possible methods to
achieve what you wanted. I didn't want you to just copy it and use it
as it was. Hopefully my version will have helped you understand the
steps taken to achieve the results you wanted. If you require a better
explanation of anything (in ZeldorBlat's example, or my own), please
don't hesitate to ask.  
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@Daz  thanks! I will really help me understand. I will get back to
you if I'd have any questions :)  
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 de**************@gmail.com wrote:
Consider the following multidimensional array:

$arr = array(
array(3, 5, 7, 9),
array(2, 4, 6, 8),
array(1, 3, 5, 7)
);
function add_arrays($arr) {
for ($row = 0; $row < count($arr[0]); $row++) {
for ($column = 0; $column < count($arr[$column]); $column++) {
$totals[$row] = $totals[$row] + $arr[$column][$row];
}
}
print_r($totals);
}
add_arrays($arr);

This returns the following array:
Array ( [0] =6 [1] =12 [2] =18 [3] =24 )
These are the totals of the array's in $arr: 6 (3 + 2 + 1, added all
first elements), 12 (5 + 4 + 3, added all second elements), etc. This
took me quite a portion of the day to construct ;) However, I would
like add_arrays to return a multidimensional array like this:
Array (
Array ( [0] =3 [1] = 5 [2] = 7 [3] = 9 ) // 1st row
Array ( [0] =5 [1] = 9 [2] =13 [3] =17 ) // 1st row + second
row (i.e. 5 = 3 + 2)
Array ( [0] =6 [1] =12 [2] =18 [3] =24 ) // 1st _ 2nd + 3rd
row (i.e. 6 = 3 + 2 + 1)
)
Could somebody please help me building a function that does just that?
Adding one row to the previous one and adding the result to the output
array? Any help would be greatly apprectiated!
hi, how about
function plus($a, $b) { return $a + $b; }
$res = array(array_shift($arr));
foreach($arr as $row)
$res[] = array_map('plus', end($res), $row);
simple, huh? ;))

gosha bine
extended php parser ~ http://code.google.com/p/pihipi
blok ~ http://www.tagarga.com/blok  
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ZeldorBlat kirjoitti:
On May 7, 11:05 am, dennis.spreng...@gmail.com wrote:
>Consider the following multidimensional array:  $arr = array( array(3, 5, 7, 9), array(2, 4, 6, 8), array(1, 3, 5, 7) );
function add_arrays($arr) { for ($row = 0; $row < count($arr[0]); $row++) { for ($column = 0; $column < count($arr[$column]); $column++) { $totals[$row] = $totals[$row] + $arr[$column][$row]; } } print_r($totals);
}
add_arrays($arr);  This returns the following array: Array ( [0] =6 [1] =12 [2] =18 [3] =24 )
These are the totals of the array's in $arr: 6 (3 + 2 + 1, added all first elements), 12 (5 + 4 + 3, added all second elements), etc. This took me quite a portion of the day to construct ;) However, I would like add_arrays to return a multidimensional array like this:
Array ( Array ( [0] =3 [1] = 5 [2] = 7 [3] = 9 ) // 1st row Array ( [0] =5 [1] = 9 [2] =13 [3] =17 ) // 1st row + second row (i.e. 5 = 3 + 2) Array ( [0] =6 [1] =12 [2] =18 [3] =24 ) // 1st _ 2nd + 3rd row (i.e. 6 = 3 + 2 + 1) )
Could somebody please help me building a function that does just that? Adding one row to the previous one and adding the result to the output array? Any help would be greatly apprectiated!
Here's one way. Obviously there are others, also.
function add_arrays_cumulative($arr) {
$out = array();
for($i = 0; $i < count($arr); $i++) {
This is hairsplitting, but since count($arr) is static, it would save
some cpu cycles to store it in a variable instead of calling count() on
each iteration:
for($i = 0, $limit=count($arr); $i < $limit ; $i++) {
Or better yet, iterate the array with foreach:
foreach($arr as $i =$row) {
if(!isset($out[$i]))
$out[$i] = array();
for($j = 0; $j < count($arr[$i]); $j++)
Same goes here.
I've gotten so used to foreach that I'm missing it a lot when I'm using
a language that hasn't got such a structure... It's so convinient.
 Ra*********@gmail.com
"Wikipedia on vähän niinq internetin raamattu, kukaan ei pohjimmiltaan
usko siihen ja kukaan ei tiedä mikä pitää paikkansa."  z00ze  
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On May 7, 1:21 pm, Rami Elomaa <rami.elo...@gmail.comwrote:
ZeldorBlat kirjoitti:
On May 7, 11:05 am, dennis.spreng...@gmail.com wrote:
Consider the following multidimensional array:

$arr = array(
array(3, 5, 7, 9),
array(2, 4, 6, 8),
array(1, 3, 5, 7)
);
function add_arrays($arr) {
for ($row = 0; $row < count($arr[0]); $row++) {
for ($column = 0; $column < count($arr[$column]); $column++) {
$totals[$row] = $totals[$row] + $arr[$column][$row];
}
}
print_r($totals);
}
add_arrays($arr);

This returns the following array:
Array ( [0] =6 [1] =12 [2] =18 [3] =24 )
These are the totals of the array's in $arr: 6 (3 + 2 + 1, added all
first elements), 12 (5 + 4 + 3, added all second elements), etc. This
took me quite a portion of the day to construct ;) However, I would
like add_arrays to return a multidimensional array like this:
Array (
Array ( [0] =3 [1] = 5 [2] = 7 [3] = 9 ) // 1st row
Array ( [0] =5 [1] = 9 [2] =13 [3] =17 ) // 1st row + second
row (i.e. 5 = 3 + 2)
Array ( [0] =6 [1] =12 [2] =18 [3] =24 ) // 1st _ 2nd + 3rd
row (i.e. 6 = 3 + 2 + 1)
)
Could somebody please help me building a function that does just that?
Adding one row to the previous one and adding the result to the output
array? Any help would be greatly apprectiated!
Here's one way. Obviously there are others, also.
function add_arrays_cumulative($arr) {
$out = array();
for($i = 0; $i < count($arr); $i++) {
This is hairsplitting, but since count($arr) is static, it would save
some cpu cycles to store it in a variable instead of calling count() on
each iteration:
for($i = 0, $limit=count($arr); $i < $limit ; $i++) {
Or better yet, iterate the array with foreach:
foreach($arr as $i =$row) {
if(!isset($out[$i]))
$out[$i] = array();
for($j = 0; $j < count($arr[$i]); $j++)
Same goes here.
I've gotten so used to foreach that I'm missing it a lot when I'm using
a language that hasn't got such a structure... It's so convinient.

Rami.Elo...@gmail.com
"Wikipedia on vähän niinq internetin raamattu, kukaan ei pohjimmiltaan
usko siihen ja kukaan ei tiedä mikä pitää paikkansa."  z00ze
Yes  you're correct on both. In the normal course of things I would
save the value of count() and also use a foreach instead. Using
count() over and over again makes it a bit easier to follow the code,
and the OP was using regular for loops so I stuck with those.
In practice I use foreach almost exclusively  and you're right in
that I really miss it in other languages :)   This discussion thread is closed Replies have been disabled for this discussion.   Question stats  viewed: 2705
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