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4.3. Storing Multiple Elements per Key in an Array

4.3.2. Solution

Store the multiple elements in an array:

$fruits = array('red' => array('strawberry','apple'),
                'yellow' => array('banana'));

Or, use an object:

while ($obj = mysql_fetch_object($r)) {
    $fruits[ ] = $obj;
}

4.3.4. See Also

Recipe 4.10 for how to print arrays with commas.



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