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  1. I dont understand arrays in PHP and its necessary to finally fess up and ask for help. It seems so trivial,, but I've spent Whole DAYS trying to make sense of this. (I came from assemble language programming). I am receiving UDP packets of a known size. in this case, 4 bytes of binary data. It gets unpacked ( I dont know why. I cut and pasted this simple parser from an example). All I want is the array[0] byte. I'm trying to avoid complex loops and pointers. // First lets grab a data packet and put our few bytes into the variable $buf while(1) { socket_recvfrom
  2. Hi all, Need help in solving this task using PHP built in function : array_reverse() and without it. Appreciate it in explaining the code as I'm completely a newbie. function reverseArray($Arr) { } $fruits = ["Mango","Strawberry","Bananas","Pineapple"]; $result = reverseArray($fruits); Many thanks,
  3. I'm using an array based off of two other arrays in order to get a count of product IDs per customer. The following array is what's printing now: Array ( [5] => 4 ) Array ( [5] => 1 ) Array ( [5] => 1 ) Array ( [5] => 1 ) Array ( [5] => 2 ) So the [5] is the product number, the number after => is the quantity per customer (each array line represents a customer). I want to continue having my source array data at the customer level, but what I really want right now is
  4. Hi All, I have written some code that currently reads multiple CSV files into a multidimensional array and am now trying to produce a new array where the values for a particular key match across the arrays. Then I would output a new CSV file built from the new array. Currently I have the following code: <?php $file = ''; $path = 'data/'; # CSV file from URL /* if(isset($_GET['filename'])) { */ $files = explode(':', $_GET['filename']); $CSV_Files_Count = count($files); echo $CSV_Files_Coun
  5. Hi guys, i've been struggling with a problem regarding reading the JSON structure, decoding it and than trying to extract a UNIQUE key structure from it. So let me show you by example what im trying to do here. Let's take a look at this JSON: { "status": true, "message": "Everything was ok", "posts":[ { "id": 1, "post_type": "type_a", "posted_on": "", "updated_on":"", "user":{ "id": 1, "name": "" }, "num_comments": 2, "comments":[ { "id": 1,
  6. I have my data array which i converted to json by splitting the keys using for each loop. Data: $data = Array ( [table6-ios-camt] => [table6-ios-iamt] => [table6-ios-samt] => [table6-ios-type] => [table6-isd-camt] => 0 [table6-isd-iamt] => 0 [table6-isd-samt] => 0 [table6-isd-type] => [table6-ios-csamt] => [table6-isd-csamt] => 0 [table6-other-camt] => [table6-other-iamt] => [table6-other-samt] => [table6-other-type] => [table6-tran1-camt] => 0 [table6-tr
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