> $mysql query1 > result > array[cityid][cityname] > > mysql query2 > result > array[cityid][cityname] > > now what i want to do is kick out any doubles in my array > and resort them alphebetically by cityname ?!
It's difficult to answer this question without knowing more about the context and the way you have your database laid out. In any event, sorting stuff and getting removing duplicates is probably better achieved in your mysql query than in php. Something like this would get you close (you'll have to figure it out for your database as you didn't give much to go on)... SELECT cityid, DISTINCE(cityname) FROM my_table WHERE some = 'condition' ORDER BY cityname Basically, use DISTINCT() to remove duplicates and use ORDER BY to set the display order. CYA, Dave -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php