I'm a little baffled on why the array is not working the way I expect it
to.  It showed there is something about the array I do not know about.
Well, it's never too late to learn something new.  So, here's the code and
see if you can help me out.

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      $name = "TU4R";

      if ($sumItUp[$name] == "") {
         $sumItUp[$name] = 0;
      } else {
echo "**";
         $number = $sumItUp[$name];
         $sumItUp[$name] = $number;
      echo $sumItUp[$name]."<br>";

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    In this case, the if statement never went into else statement when
there's a number like 0, 1, 2, etc.  So, what's the heck is happening here?
When the array, "sumItUp[]" was empty then the number "0" was assigned and
it work like a charm.  So,  when this code is repeated again, the if
statement check the array, "sumItUp[]" and found a number, "0" and it is not
equal to "" as shown in the if statement.  So, therefore the else statement
should be executed.  But in this case, it never did.  I tested it myself to
make sure I wasn't missing something by putting in the php codes, "echo
'**';" and the data, "**" was never spitted out on the webpage.  So, it tell
me that the else statment was never executed.  So, the problem had to do
with the data in the array itself.  So, can anyone help me out?  Thanks a


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