At 10:54 PM +0100 6/17/09, Ashley Sheridan wrote:
I'd probably go with some sort of custom bubble sorting function. Base
the sorting on your $d array, and then update the other arrays as
necessary. Should be OK if they all have the same index, like in your
example. If you were using keys, could you maybe join all the arrays
using some sort of serialisation, sort, then unserialise into the
separate arrays?



You missed the point. I could use the built-in sort (i.e., sort() ) and sort the $d array. However, I would like the indexes of the other arrays to match the new sort.




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