Duh! I should have known that.

I actually tried that and had a problem so I thought unset() would not work
on an array. Guess that problem was elsewhere.

Thanks for the responses...


Ford, Mike wrote:
-----Original Message-----
From: Andres Gonzalez [mailto:and...@packetstorm.com]
Sent: 02 July 2009 00:46
To: php-general@lists.php.net
Subject: [PHP] removing an array from a compound array

I have a compound array, that is, an array of an array of an array,
that is about 5 arrays
deep. I currently search thru all of these arrays, and based on some
criteria, I want to delete
one of the arrays (along with all of its sub-arrays) in the middle.

What is the easiest way to delete such an "embedded" array?

If you know all the keys leading to the subarray you want to remove
(which you probably do if you've just searched your way to it), then a
simple unset() should work, similar to:




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