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## PHP multi-dimensional arraysThis gets me This means you have an array with some values, and each element in that array can point to futher arrays with indiviusal values. Okay, an example... Lets say you play the lottery, and you buy two lines of tickets. In this lottery you pick 6 numners for each turn, the first array will be each lottery attempt, while the second array will be the 6 indiviual numbers. In the following snippit I set up the arrays: $try[] = array("11", "12", "15", "22", "41", "42"); $try[] = array("6", "7", "16", "17", "22", "23"); $count = count ($try); for ($i=0; $i<$count; $i++){ $countmore=count($try[0]); for ($j=0; $j < $countmore; $j++){ // this is the bit I allways get wrong..notice how to display the results in the print statement print ("i$i j$j " . $try[$i][$j] . "<br> "); } print ("<br>"); } So there you have it... i0 j0 11i0 j1 12 i0 j2 15 i0 j3 22 i0 j4 41 i0 j5 42 i1 j0 6 i1 j1 7 i1 j2 16 i1 j3 17 i1 j4 22 i1 j5 23 Share this! |