Lets say I have this array:
$array = array('a'=>1,'z'=>2,'d'=>4);
Later in the script, I want to add the value
'z'. How can I do this?
Yes, the order is important. When I run a foreach() through the array, I do NOT want this newly added value added to the end of the array. I am getting this array from a mysql_fetch_assoc()
The keys I used above are placeholders. Using ksort() will not achieve what I want.
http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.array-splice.php#88896 accomplishes what I’m looking for but I’m looking for something simpler.
Take a sample db table with about 30 columns. I get this data using mysql_fetch_assoc(). In this new array, after column ‘pizza’ and ‘drink’, I want to add a new column ‘full_dinner’ that combines the values of ‘pizza’ and ‘drink’ so that when I run a foreach() on the said array, ‘full_dinner’ comes directly after ‘drink’