It takes an array that contains key-value pairs and returns an array where they are actually the key and value. Use strict mode to work around this peculiarity. If it consisted of only the isset call, it would not have the same functionality. I didn't find the propiest function to post to so I will post it here, hope you find it useful. This will prevent errors when passing to functions. Although it's noted in the documentation above, I think it's worth mentioning in more detail as the behaviour is not straightforward. If third parameter is not set to Strict then, the needle is found in haystack eventhought the values are not same.
Keys from multi dimensional array to simple array Want to traverse an multi dimensional array and get the keys back in a single dimensional array? You have got a few flaws in your code. So if you search for 1234, it will say that '1234abcd' is a match. Output of the above example: bool false bool true Just to reiterate on what everyone has already said before, you should not use wrapper functions for isset. For checking if are set use the function. Be aware of oddities when dealing with 0 zero values in an array. A first idea for a function that checks if a text is in a specific column of an array. Beware that the chk function below creates the variable or the array index if it didn't existed.
It's a different concept, different definitions of isset, etc. With variables, you can use isset , but that doesn't work with an array, only specific elements in an array. What is the exact statement that is throwing the error? The above solutions are clever, but very slow. Your code will just go wrong silently, and I would say it amounts to a bug. The construction is easy to modify since the keys we're interested in fit nicely on the bottom line.
I was trying to figure out how to normalize an array with numerical keys. Now I have two options, I just need to determine which one is most efficient. The problem happens when no checkboxes are generated, and the array isn't defined. I do think you're way over thinking performance though. In some cases, I needed to only check if at least 1 key was in an array, and in some cases, all needed to be present. See also the note on empty at Clear as mud! If you are looking for a match of at least one key, let me know so I can provide another function.
Re: inerte is my gmail. . It does not evaluate the value of the key for any null values. Using isset should not throw a notice error. In the interim that leaves some space to figure out a single line expression for this common task. } However this obviously doesn't scale up well to many keys. So my advice in this case is: don't use the above function, but simply use! The good thing about doing this is that you never have to worry about 'trimming' your input which makes your code easier and more reliable incase you forget to trim some input.
The code is expecting an array. To crmalibu: check this out. I'm not sure how to go about making it recursive, but I didn't need that feature for my own, so I just went without recursion. That was shown merely as an example. I have tried every permutation of it that I can think of. Yes agree that the time measurement covers the loop and actually the loop may also dominated the overall measurement.
Here's a nice little function that I use everywhere that'll help with setting alternate values so you don't have a bunch of situations like: Below a user by the name of Scott posted an isval function; I just wanted to point out a revision to his method since it's a bit lengthy for what it does. For example: bar is '. So we use the following code as a start. Otherwise, the array with the renamed key will be returned. A variable set to null is a different state than a variable not set - there should be some easy way to differentiate.
That means it's effectively the same as isset. I like having things be super easy to read, so the individual params met that goal. I wrote a function to get keys of arrays recursivelly. Yes, if you declare the variable as shown in the examples you will indeed overwrite any values that may have existed. This code works fine, but, it works fine for most of cases only.