Define the haystack _before_ you look into it, and you'll find it.

At 09:56 16.12.2002, Jason Wong said:
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>On Monday 16 December 2002 16:23, John Taylor-Johnston wrote:
>> http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.in-array.php
>>
>> Can't find the # $needle in my $haystack. Why? :p
>>
>> (It is a serious example :)
>>
>> <?php
>>
>> $needle = "Ten things I hate about you";
>>
>> if(in_array($needle, $haystack)) {
>>     echo "Found it";
>> }else{
>>     echo "Not there";
>> }
>>
>>
>> $haystack = array ("Ten Things I Hate About You",
>> "10 Things I Hate About You",
>> "Ten things I hate about you",
>> "10 things I hate about you",
>> "Ten Things That I Hate About You",
>> "10 Things That I Hate About You",
>> "Ten things that I hate about you",
>> "10 things that I hate about you",
>> "ten things I hate about you");
>
>How about defining $haystack *before* trying to use it?
>
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