Jim-

Yes, that was a typo. The issues was I didn't cut / paste and instead retyped 
it. Should be 

foreach($array as $key1 => $list)
{
        foreach($list as $key2 => $value)

I will check those links out, I had the first one not the second.

Regards,

-Josh
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http://joshuakehn.com

On Sep 5, 2010, at 12:32 AM, Jim Lucas wrote:

> Joshua Kehn wrote:
>> I'm working on creating a compiled extension for some code I've written. 
>> Mostly it's manipulating a very large multi-demensional array of values. 
>> This is some pseudo code for the array.
>> // Imagine this but much much bigger
>> $big_ass_array = array('5' => array('0' => 4, '3' => 6, '8' => 7), '10' => 
>> array('4' => 3, '5' => 10')); Currently I'm traversing this with
>> foreach($array as $key1 => $value)
>> {
>>      foreach($value as $key2 => $value)
>>      {
> 
> Well, I hope you are not using it this way.
> 
> The above will overwrite your $value variable set by the first foreach
> 
> Maybe you had a cut/paste error with the $value1 $value2 portion...
> 
>>              // Use $key1, $key2, and $value here
>>      }
>> }
>> My question is how does this translate into the C code I will have to write? 
> 
> My suggestion would be to download the source code and find a comparable 
> array function and see how they do it.
> 
>> If anyone has a decent extension building tutorial that would be great too.
> 
> First google result for "php extension tutorial"
> 
> http://devzone.zend.com/article/1021
> http://www.talkphp.com/vbarticles.php?do=article&articleid=49&title=creating-custom-php-extensions
> http://www.php.net/~wez/extending-php.pdf
> 
> Just to list a few...
> 
> Jim
> 
>> Regards,
>> -Josh
>> ____________________________________
>> Joshua Kehn | josh.k...@gmail.com
>> http://joshuakehn.com
> 

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