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Hey guys i need to echo this:

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{
   "error":false,
   "result":[{
  "apk_sign":"0F:19:F7:2D:F0:40:2C:FE:25R:C1:EB:80:0FF:FC:92:DA:4F:BE:2F:9F",
    "portal_url":"
   http://changeme.net:80,
    http://changeme2.net:80,
    http://changeme3.net:80
  "}]
  }

Up to know i tried lots of combos but can seem to get the Array correctly?

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$named_array3 = array(
         "error" => false,
         "result" => array(
            "apk_sign" => "0F:19:F7:2D:F0:40:2C:FE:25d:C1D:EB:80:0F:FCD:92:DA:46:BEF:23D:9DD",
            "portal_url" => "http:\/\/changeme.net:80,http:\/\/changeme.net:80,http:\/\/changeme.net:80")
);

it echos

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{

   "error":false,
   "result":{      "apk_sign":"0F:19:F7:2D:F0:40:2C:FE:25:C1:EB:80:0F:FC:92:DA:46:BE:23:9D",
      "portal_url":[

       "http:\\\/\\\/changeme.net:80,http:\\\/\\\/changeme.net:80,http:\\\/\\\/changeme.net:80"    

]}

}

 

but the [ needs to be at results....

 

Thx for the help

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Posted (edited)

The answer is to use a recursive function.  Run this:

$array1 = array(
    'key'=>'value',
    'key2'=>'value2',
    'key3'=>'value3',
    'arr2'=>array(
           'subkey'=>'subvalue',
           'subkey2'=>'subvalue2'
            ),
    'key4'=>'value4',
    'arr3'=>array(
           'subkey3'=>'subvalue3',
           'subkey4'=>'subvalue4'
           ),
     'lastkey'=>'lastvalue'
    );
DumpArray($array1);
//***************************
function DumpArray($ar)
{
    foreach($ar as $k=>$v)
    {
        if (is_array($v))
        {
            echo "Array $k - ";
            DumpArray($v);
        }
        else
            echo "$k - $v<br>";
    }
    echo "End array<br>";
    return;
}
exit();
	

You can add code to make the presentation neater if you want but at least this shows you how to process the nested arrays.

 

Edited by ginerjm

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array() can be used to create something that looks like an object (with keys) and something that looks like a list of things (no keys).

The result part has two opening symbols: [ and a {. The first one is a list, the second is an object.
Two symbols, two array()s. One inside the other.

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