Re: in_array() fails but it's in the array
Date: Mon, 19 Apr 2004 18:09:56 +0200
Phil Powell a écrit:
> array_keys($boolword) = Array (  => 'album'  => 'keywords' 
> => 'persons'  => 'events'  => 'image_alt'  =>
> 'image_creation_start_date'  => 'image_creation_end_date'  =>
> 'image_location_city'  => 'image_location_state'  =>
> 'image_location_country' )
> Here is my array. Plain and simple enumerative array with values
> being strings.
> So why does this fail???
> print_r(in_array('album', array_keys($boolword)));
What is $boolword ? it's inconsistent here, just place the name of the
array as second arg : print_r(in_array('album', array_keys));
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