fair point, ... but you can manipulate them as if they were. This isn't the
case with arrays of arrays and multi-d arrays.
Senior Systems Engineer
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> From: Christian Reiniger [SMTP:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: Monday, September 24, 2001 11:12 AM
> To: Tim Ward; [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Subject: Re: [PHP] Assistance Please - Two-Dimension Arrays
> On Monday 24 September 2001 11:15, Tim Ward wrote:
> > " Congratulations. You just described a multidimensional array :-) "
> > No he didn't ... a 2 dimensional array would have a set 2 dimensional
> > structure. Each row would have to have the same number of columns. An
> > array of arrays may be built in such a way as to be able to be
> > presented as if it were a 2d array but IT ISN'T. It cannot be
> > manipulated as if it were. $element["id"] and $element["id"] are
> > NOT members of the same array.
> If you see it that way, PHP doesn't even have single-dimensional arrays
> (because all arrays are associative).
> Christian Reiniger
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