Well which kind of methods are you talking about?? could you tell me some for do it??
Thanks! "John W. Holmes" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message 000001c2a890$d1539cf0$7c02a8c0@coconut">news:000001c2a890$d1539cf0$7c02a8c0@coconut... > > How can i do for printing the value of an array given the numeric key > for > > example i have this code: > > > > $array = array ( > > 'VAL1' => "VALUE1", > > 'VAL2' => "VALUE2", > > 'VAL3' => "VALUE3" > > ) > > > > So the only way i have found to print the value is like this : > > echo $array['VAL1']; > > > > and it prints = VALUE1 but i want to know if its possible to do it > > something > > like this: > > echo $array; > > i mean give the numeric key for printing VALUE1 so instead the string > key > > (VAL1) use the numerc (0) > > You can't, because there is no key of zero in that array. All arrays are > associative, so the only way to use $array is to define $array. > > If you're looking to loop through your array, there are other methods. > > ---John W. Holmes... > > PHP Architect - A monthly magazine for PHP Professionals. Get your copy > today. http://www.phparch.com/ > > -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php