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PHP - Values not pulling out of array

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Please see code below.  $var['address'], etc does not work, can't figure out why.

Thank you!
function officeLocation($country) {

				

				$var = array();

				$var = $this->dealer_array;

				

					if ($country == 'NL' || $country == 'DE') {

						$location = ''.$this->dealer_name.'<br/>Leyenseweg 111c<br/>3721 BC Bilthoven<br/>The Netherlands<br/>

						Phone +31(0) 30 229 30 04<br/>Fax   +31(0) 30 274 00 74';

					} else {

						$location = '	'.$this->dealer_name.'<br/>

										'.$var['address'].'<br/>

										'.$var['phone'].'<br/>

										'.$var['fax'].'<br/>';

					}

					

				return $location;

			}

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What is the content of $this->dealer_array ?

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by:vrmetro
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Code outlines below the process.

I returned just the $var array and it's value is 1.  I return $this->dealer_array(invoice class) from the officeLoation function and the value is 1.  

Now you think the dealer_array is simply not set prior to calling in officeLocation(), not true, I did
print_r($invoice->dealer_array);
before calling $location = $invoice->officeLocation($country); and the array output below is what I receive.

Array ( [num] => 101 [name] => Omega GPS [address] => [phone] => [fax] => [countries] => US,BR,MX [vatnum] => [bcolor] => f6f2eb [acolor] => ebe1d1 [hcolor] => f6f2eb [rr1] => ebe1d1 [rr2] => fff [rr3] => e2e0e0 [rr_title_color] => a82f2b [image] => [s_image] => [instid] => 144954 )

Thanks for your help!!!
//Loading common class running this in the constructor:

$this->dealer_array = $this->setDealer();
 

// function setDealer : sets invoice object variables 

	function setDealer() {

		global $database;

		global $invoice;

		

		$data=array();

		$data = $database->select('SELECT * FROM `jos_fw_dealers` WHERE jos_fw_dealers.num=\''.$_REQUEST['m_dealer'].'\'');

		// set in common

		$this->dealer_name = $data['name'];

		$this->dealer_array = $data;

		// set in invoice instance

		$invoice->dealer_array = $data;

		$invoice->dealer_name = $data['name'];

		

		return $data;

	}
 

// all above is ran at initialization

// next we call from the controller

$location = $invoice->officeLocation($country);

// office location function in original post

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by:vrmetro
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i'm an idiot!  Was grabbing a deal that had no address/phone/etc.

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by:Roger Baklund
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>> Array ( [num] => 101 [name] => Omega GPS [address] => [phone] => [fax] => [countries] => US,BR,MX [vatnum] => [bcolor] => f6f2eb [acolor] => ebe1d1 [hcolor] => f6f2eb [rr1] => ebe1d1 [rr2] => fff [rr3] => e2e0e0 [rr_title_color] => a82f2b [image] => [s_image] => [instid] => 144954 )

address, phone and fax are all blank here...?
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