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Thread: Multi-dimensional arrays in a foreach loop?

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    Exclamation Multi-dimensional arrays in a foreach loop?

    Ok, so I'm not used to using the foreach loop, so tell me if this is (in theory) getting too complicated to work...

    First, I have a function that gets all of the info I need from my database, it returns an array sort of like this:
    PHP Code:
    $myrow[0]['id'] = '165';
    $myrow[0]['name'] = 'Sally';
    $myrow[0]['age'] = '23';
    $myrow[0]['status'] = 'Employed'
    Ok, so then I use this to try and process the data: ... sort of.
    PHP Code:
        foreach(pullData('SELECT from myDB WHERE name = Sally') as $value){
    'id','name','age','status') = $value;
    // Do whatever you were going to do with the data... code goes here.

    My intent is to grab each row as I go in the easiest way possible (without having to re-type the "get data from the database" stuff each time I need to use it, just a quick "pullData($query)" function to grab everything... and then use it one line at a time after it gets stored in the list...
    Last edited by amandaNHT; 11-29-2012 at 02:05 PM.

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