At 13:34 16/5/2001, Stig Sæther Bakken wrote:
>Acknowledged.  But IMO the arrays will be either clearly continous or
>clearly associative/non-continous in 99.2% of the cases (Zeev
>statistics applied).

I never claim to be accurate, I usually say 99% :)

>   I think it's fine to keep treating an array as
>non-continous if there has ever been holes or string keys in it.

I actually think that arrays with both numeric and associative indices are 
quite common.  Lots of apps I've seen use them, as well as some of PHP's 
internal functions.


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