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Combining an array and returning data....

Posted on 2008-10-01
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I have 2 arrays, one that looks like this:
<code>
$AltProductInfo[] = array(
                  'orderid' => $OrderID,
                  'affiliation' => '',
                  'total' => $result->fields['price'],
                  'tax' => '',
                  'paymentplan' => $payment_plans,
                  'shipping' => $result->fields['shipping_cost'],
                  'sku'=> $result->fields['sku'],
                  'quantity'=> $result->fields['quantity'],
                  'name'=> '',
                  'category'=> '',
                  'city'=> $billcity,
                  'state'=> $billstate,
                  'country'=> $billcountry
            );
</code>
It will usually have 4 or 5 elements to it.

and then another that looks like this:
(It will only have 1 element)
<code>
$OrderTotal[] = array(
                  'orderid' => $OrderID,
                  'affiliation' => '',
                  'total' => $result->fields['price'],
                  'tax' => ''
            );
</code>

Since a function can only return one value, I need to combine these into 1 array, and then be able to pull them out on the next page.

Thanks!
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use multi dimensional arrays
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example
$newArray = array( arr1,arr2);
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by:khaledf
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sorry
$newArray = array( $arr1,$arr2);
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