Nope. Anytime you set an array with no index equal to something, (i.e. 
$deptcount[]) it will add another element to the end of the array.

If you use .=, that means append the data, but since you're not specifying 
an element, I'm not sure what it would do. Perhaps PHP is smart enough to 
just add another element anyway. Have you tried this?


At 10:01 PM 9/23/2002 +0200, Johannes Janson wrote:

>>$res = mysql_query ("SELECT COUNT(deptid) FROM maintenance GROUP BY
>>$deptcount = array();   // reset the array
>>while ($row = mysql_fetch_row ($res)) {
>>   $deptcount[] = $row[0];
>this should be $deptcount[] .= $row[0]; shouldn't it?
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