You should probably take a look at each() for that... The functionality is not
the same but it's the only answer I can think of for your question (i.e.
mysql_fetch_row() _returns_ a key-value array while each() _walks_ a key-value
array).

Bogdan


Daniel AlsÚn wrote:

> Hi,
>
> i am fiddling with a script and need to change a while-loop from running on
> mysql_fetch_array to a "normal" array?
>
> ie - i have:
> while($myrow=mysql_fetch_array($result)) { etc...
>
> But i want the loop to run with an array i created earlier ($anotherarray =
> [key1] => value1, [key2] => value2).
>
> How would i do that? Does the loop behave the same way - running until the
> array is out of data?
>
> Thanks!
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