||05-28-2008 01:01 AM
Build multi-dimensional array out of a flat array
I am having some issues doing this. I think the only way to accomplish this is to use a recursive function, however I am failing miserably.
Basically, I need to turn a flat array into a multi-dimensional array.
The flat arrays *values* need to become the new *keys* to the multi-dimensional array.
The array I feed to it can have 1 value in it, up to nth high.
// Starts out as
$array = array(0 => '0',
1 => '15',
2 => '32',
3 => '18');
// Is turned into
$array = array('0' =>
array('18' => array()
As I said though, my attempts have failed with all kinds of unknown indexes and the like.
function recursiveBuildArray($array, &$temp)
$temp[$array['0']] &= array();
$id = $array['0'];
Any help on this one?
||05-28-2008 12:00 PM
$multi = array();
$temp =& $multi;
foreach ($flat as $item)
$temp[$item] = array();
$temp =& $temp[$item];
// Quicky test
$test = array('0', '15', '32', '18');
$multi = make_multi($test);
||05-28-2008 11:38 PM
Awesome, thanks mate!
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