Jim Lucas wrote:

Right here you are creating two strings within an array within an array.

My guess is you will want to replace the $secondsGap[] with $secondsGap

> $secondsGap[] = array($gap[0] * 60, $gap[1] * 60);

$secondsGap[] is right ... it's building an array of results ...
problem turned out to be another 'automatic merge' of the master code base with my local copy which had actually screwed up. At times this DVCS stuff is less than ideal when working on parallel ports :(

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