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Sethan

Foreach Loop Problem

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Hello. 

I was wondering if anyone could please help with a problem I seem to be having a problem with my foreach loops. I have an array that holds other arrays. When I am trying to populate the database tables with the information in each array, things are going horribly wrong.

This is my code:

$tabledata = $this->db->get('tableinfo');

$i = 0;
$_temp = array();
foreach($tabledata->result() as $row) {
	$data[$i] = $this->callAPI("lateststandings&records=3&category=" . $row->category . "&distance=" . $row->distance_id);
	array_push($_temp, $row->dbname);
	$i++;
}

$j = 0;
foreach($data[$j]['Records']['Record'] as $record) {
	$record['FirstName'] .= " " . $record['LastName'];
	$this->db->replace($_temp[$j], $record);
	$j++;
}

 

When this is run 2 things are happening:

1) What I am expecting to happen is, there should be 3 rows added to each table. But only 1 is being added to each table.
2) The 3 rows that are being created (1 in each table), are the 3 rows I am expecting to see in the first table.

I am not sure what I am doing wrong in these loops.

 

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I don't think you're using the right index for the foreach(). Loop through $data itself, then get the value of ['Records']['Record'] of the current iteration. What you're doing right now is looping through $data[0]['Records']['Record'] - first off, you're specifically telling the program to loop through only the first index of $data, then you're telling it to loop only through the ['Records']['Record'] index of that first index. That may be correct (it's difficult to tell without seeing the data source) but it sounds off.

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