how to remove a array elements

hi,

i have a 2 d array i need to remove particular array depending on the user input

print_r($_SESSION['basket']) gives the following

Array ( [0] => Array ( [0] => SCAN ABDOMEN [1] => 120.00 [2] => 291 ) [1] => Array ( [0] => DENGUE IGG AND IGM [1] => 30.00 [2] => 178 ) [2] => Array ( [0] => OCCULT BLOOD [1] => 90.00 [2] => 153 ) )

what i need i the user will give last value i.e 291 or 178 or 153 in the array

when he gives 192 i want the entire corresponding array
 [0] => SCAN ABDOMEN [1] => 120.00 [2] => 291 to be deleted leaving the rest

similarly if he gives 178 that corresponding array....

in my case what happens is when i try deleting  3rd array 2 nd array is getting removed and when i try removing 2nd array first one is getting removed...

when when i remove the first one its getting removed properly..... in all the other cases its like as i have said above....




if ($_POST['removeItem'] != "") 
							{
							array_splice($_SESSION['basket'],FindBasket($_POST['removeItem']),1);
 
 
function FindBasket($id) //find product position 
	{
	    
		return array_search($id, $_SESSION['basket']);
		
		
	}

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Michael701Commented:
that cause your looking for  291 or 178 or 153 and the array indexes are arrays them self,

maybe you should just search the slow way


function FindBasket($id) //find product position 
{
  for ($x=0, $x<sizeof($_SESSION['basket'], $x++)
    if ($id== $_SESSION['basket'][$x][2])
      return $x;
  return false;
}

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ChristianSchabCommented:
Hello,

try this one:
foreach ($_SESSION['basket'] as $key => $item)
{
    if ($item['2'] == $_POST['removeItem'])
        unset($_SESSION['basket'][$key]);
}

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