So are you saying there really is no array pointer? Lets say I have an array with several different values like: $myarray["a"] = "s"; $myarray = "d"; $myarray["sdf"] = "y"; There is no way of saying give me the value in the array at position 2? Since the size of the array is returned as 3, should there not be a way of doing this?
Like I said, I seem to be blanking on arrays. > Because you haven't put anything in array index 0. The only array index > that has anything is "test". There is no difference between numeric and > string indices. You seem to be assuming that somehow the first element in > an array can always be accessed as index 0 which is not the case and never > has been. > > -Rasmus > > On Wed, 30 Oct 2002, PHP List wrote: > > > For some reason my brain is not operating within normal parameters this week. > > > > $myarray["test"] = "sd"; > > echo $myarray; > > > > Why will nothing echo? Do I somehow have to initialize indexing on the array $myarray? > > php says that $myarray is an array, but I can't access it with numeric indexes. > > > > I know if I do this: > > $myarray = array("test"=>"sd"); > > that I can now echo $myarray and get the value of sd returned. > > > > > -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php