Because, as a dope, I forget that you can invert IF statements like
that -- you're right, I'd rather do that than mess with the array.
Although the feedback on unset($arrayname['index']) was extremely useful
knowledge! Thank you everyone.
On Friday, January 11, 2002, at 12:31 PM, Rasmus Lerdorf wrote:
> Why not just add a simple check inside that while loop?
> if($temprow['div_id'] != $home_div_id)
> echo "<option value=\"" . $temprow['div_id']
> . "\">" . $temprow['div_name'] . "</option>\n";
> Seems more logical to me than to mess with the array itself.
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