On Thu, 2009-06-18 at 13:04 -0400, tedd wrote: > > > Ash: > >> > >> 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. > >> > >> Cheers, > >> > > > tedd > > > > >I think I might need a for-instance here, as you lost me! > > > >Thanks > >Ash > > > Ash: > > You can sort any array by using the "built-in" php function sort() -- try it. > > After you try it, you'll find that the array is sorted but the order > of the values are not as they were before. In other words, the > index-value pairs are different. Here's an example: > > http://www.webbytedd.com/bbbb/sort/ > > Before the sort, the value 'red' is located in the $a array under index 0 > > After the sort, the value 'red' is still in the $a array but under > index 2. Note, the values of the indexes have changed. > > My query was simply how to sort one array (order it) while ordering > the values of other arrays in the same manner. > > The multisort() function does that as seen here: > > http://www.webbytedd.com/bbbb/multisort/ > > Cheers, > > tedd > > -- > ------- > http://sperling.com http://ancientstones.com http://earthstones.com > I know about the sort() function, I just didn't fully understand the question. I guess that's what late nights can do to ya!
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