tedd wrote:
At 10:11 AM +0100 6/18/09, Ford, Mike wrote:
On 17 June 2009 22:12, tedd advised:


 > Now, let's say you want to sort the $d array, but you also want the
 > arrays $a, $b, and $c to be arranged in the same resultant order as
 For example, please follow this:

 Before sort of $d:
 $a = [apple, banana, grape, orange]
 $b = [100, 2111, 198, 150]
 $c = [red, yellow, purple, orange]
 $d = [100, 300, 11, 50]

 After sort of $d:
 $a = [grape, orange, apple, banana]
 $b = [198, 150, 100, 2111]
 $c = [purple, orange, red, yellow]
 $d = [11, 50, 100, 300]
array_multisort($d, $a, $b, $c) should do what you want,




Slick indeed!

That's exactly what I was looking for (see subject line -- I was close).

Here's the working example:


Thanks to Rob and Daniel for also playing, better luck next time. :-) <- note smiley -- I do appreciate your time.

Mine version retains key associations. It wasn't a complete waste of time.

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