On Thu, 2003-03-13 at 12:53, Joe Conway wrote:
> Peter Eisentraut wrote:
> >>>> array_pop(anyarray) returns anyelement
> > 
> > That appears to mean that you return somearray[0] and alter the array
> > as a side effect.  How do you plan to do that?
> I'll give you this one -- doesn't make sense.
> >>>> split(text, text) returns text[] - split string into array on
> >>>> delimiter
> There was a thread on this last September, and the consensus was that
> the function *should* be name split, in order to be consistent with the
> similar function existing in Perl and PHP (at least).
> >>>> implode(text[], text) returns text - join array elements into a
> >>>> string using given string delimiter
> I'm open to opinions on implode() -- I only picked implode() because
> that's what it is called in PHP. Any suggestions?

I think implode() and explode() go together.  split() and join() are a
pair.  Pick one ;)


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