Evan Nemerson wrote: > I need to generate every possible combination of the the values in an array. > For example, if... > > $array = Array("A", "B", "C"); > > I want to be able to do something like > > print_r(magic_function($array)); > > which would output > > Array > ( > [0] => "ABC" > [1] => "ACB" > [2] => "BAC" > [3] => "BCA" > [4] => "CAB" > [5] => "CBA" > ) > > I really have no idea where to begin. The best lead I can think of is that > there are going to be n! elements in the output array, where n is the size of > the input array. > > Any help would be greatly appreciated. > > > Evan > > >

for ($x=ord("A");$x<=ord("Z");$x++) { for($y=ord("A");$y<=ord("Z");$y++) { for($z=ord("A");$z<=ord("Z");$z++) { $array[]=chr($x).chr($y).char($z); } } } is a quick suggestion. Haven't tested it. -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php