ID: 11937
Updated by: jeroen
Old Status: Bogus
Status: Assigned
Bug Type: Unknown/Other Function
Operating System: Windows 98
PHP Version: 4.0.5
Old Assigned To: 
Assigned To: jeroen
New Comment:

Should be more clear in the docs. It is only implicitely there.

Assigning to myself.

Previous Comments:



[2001-07-06 14:52:11] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

    //Two elements in an Array
    $array[] = "Maria";
    $array[] = "Lisa";
    //just a test output
    array_walk ($array, "my_print");

    //and then free the first element of the array
    unset ($array[0]);

    function my_print ($value)
        print $value . " ";
    print "<br />";
    //The following dump will produce:
    //array(1) { [1]=> string(4) "Lisa" } 
    //This means that the first element has the index 1 
    //But it should have index 0
    var_dump ($array);

If you have more than two elements, and you free one of them, you can just prevent 
this bug, by resorting the array with any sort function. But with only two elements, 
this won't work, and if you clear the first of these, you will get the same result as 
I have got, there was one element,  but with the wrong index.


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