Yes, PHP support indexing by strings and not only numbers/indexes.
$myarray['elias'] = 'PHP rulez!';
"Christian Ista" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> In some language (like Java, C#, ...) you can find a hashtable.
> I execute query, this query return some records, each records are composed
> by 2 fields. I'd like to put these records in a 2 dimensions array (or
> something like that) and find easily the records I want.
> An example, the query return (field1/field2):
> mytext1 / "text for my text 1"
> mytext2 / "text for my text 2"
> mytext3 / "text for my text 3"
> mytext4 / "text for my text 4"
> I'd like to put that in an array, but not find the text by myarray,
> myarray but by myarray['mytext2'], ['mytext2'] have to return "text for
> my text 2"
> Possible to do that ?
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