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  1. Hi, Freaks, I hope all are well. I'm trying to make a while loop and there's a common manner used that I've seen in many, many example of code -> <?php while($row = mysqli_fetch_array($data_query)) { ... } and this manner of doing it auto-stops when it's to the end of the mysqli array. Using this exact way is not compatible with the syntax that I can use as I use a database wrapper that is highly abstracted. for example, this would be the typical layout of a DB query for a user post -> <?php $table = "un_posts"; $field = "deleted"; $value = "no"; $rule = "ORDER BY id DESC"; $query = $this->_db->get($table, array($field, "=", $value), $rule); $this->_data = $query->all(); // $this->_data is an array of objects and this would be my typical way of assigning the data -> <?php foreach ($this->data() as $obj) { $post_data = array( "id" => $obj->id, "content" => $obj->content, "added_by" => $obj->add_by, "date_added" => date("F d, Y H:i:s", strtotime($obj->date_added)), "user_to" => $obj->user_to, ); for project specific reasons I'd like to change this from a foreach loop to a while loop. What I found out is that the auto-stop of the while loop using the $row = mysqli..... does not work if I do something like this -> <?php while($obj = $this->data()) { $post_data = array( "id" => $obj->id, "content" => $obj->content, "added_by" => $obj->add_by, "date_added" => date("F d, 20y H:i:s", strtotime($obj->date_added)), "user_to" => $obj->user_to, ); and it creates an infinite loop. Keeping in mind that $this->data() (I have a class method data() that returns $this->_data if anyone noticed the difference) is an array of objects why am I not getting the same result as <?php while($row = mysqli_fetch_array($data_query)) { ... } I don't understand. They're both arrays being looped through. What's the difference where mine isn't breaking the loop at the end but the mysqli array breaks the loop at the end of it?
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