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Is there a way to join several arrays stored in one variable?


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Hi,

 

I have this problem I really hope someone can help me with. I have a variable that stores several arrays. The content of the variable is as follows:

 

print_r(array_values($array));

Array ( 
[0] => Value 0)
[1] => Value 1)
[2] => Value 2)
[3] => Value 3)
) 
Array ( 
[0] => Value 4)
[1] => Value 5)
[2] => Value 6)
[3] => Value 7)
[4] => Value 
) 
Array ( 
[0] => Value 9)
[1] => Value 10)
[2] => Value 11)
[3] => Value 12)
[4] => Value 13)
)

 

Is there a way to join this multiple arrays into a single array? I do not need to keep the Key, as all of the values contains text that I only want to sort with sort();. If I sort it like this, it will only come out as a,b,c,d - a,b,c,d, not a, a, b, b, c, c, d, d and so forth.

 

The php script that creates this array is as follows:

 

while($row = mysql_fetch_array($run_mysql_query)){;

 $models = $row['text_value']; 
 $attribute1 = $row['attribute1']; 
 $attribute2 = $row['attribute2'];

 $array = explode(',', $models);

		foreach($array as &$value) {
   			$value = $row['varchar_value'] . " - " . $value . " - " . $attribute1 . " - " . $attribute2;
		}

 

I will appreciate any help!

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Thank you!

 

I can however, not get it to work properly... It still prints as several arrays.

 

I put the code here:

 

while($row = mysql_fetch_array($run_mysql_query)){;

 $models = $row['text_value']; 
 $attribute1 = $row['attribute1']; 
 $attribute2 = $row['attribute2'];

 $array = explode(',', $models);

		foreach($array as &$value) {
   			$value = $row['varchar_value'] . " - " . $value . " - " . $attribute1 . " - " . $attribute2;
		}

	$newArray = array();
	foreach ( $array as $val ) {
  		$newArray = array_merge($newArray, $val);
	}

print_r($newArray);	

}

 

Is that correct? If I put it outside the while loop, it will only print the last of the arrays...

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You didn't say you already had a loop that was generating these arrays.

 

$newArray = array();
while($row = mysql_fetch_array($run_mysql_query)){;  //this is wrong, no semicolon here.

 $models = $row['text_value']; 
 $attribute1 = $row['attribute1']; 
 $attribute2 = $row['attribute2'];

 $array = explode(',', $models);
         $newArray = array_merge($newArray, $array);

		foreach($array as &$value) {
   			$value = $row['varchar_value'] . " - " . $value . " - " . $attribute1 . " - " . $attribute2;
		}




}	
print_r($newArray);	

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