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Hello i have three arrays

$name(..here goes the details..);

$numbers(..here goes the details..);

$website(..here goes the details..);


I need to combine these arrays and make them share same key for getting result like this

foreach ($array as $c){

  echo $x['name'];
  echo $x['numbers'];
 echo $x['website']';

}

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Question by:Styleminds
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by:Marco Gasi
ID: 33632072
Try this (not tested: remember taht three arrays must have same dimension):

$array = array();
for ($i=0;$i<count($name);$i++){
  $array['name'] = $name[$i];
  $array['numbers'] = $numbers[$i];
  $array['website'] = $website[$i];
}

Hope this helps
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by:Marco Gasi
ID: 33632212
Previous code doesn't work. Snippet below is better but it doesn't create an associative array. See if it works for you, please.
<?php
  $name=array("name1", "name2", "name3");
  $numbers= array("1","2","3");
  $website=array("www.sito1.com","www.sito2.com","www.sito3.com");
  
$array = array();
for ($i=0;$i<count($name);$i++){
  $array['name'][$i] = $name[$i];
  $array['numbers'][$i] = $numbers[$i];
  $array['website'][$i] = $website[$i];
}
foreach ($array as $x){
  echo $x[0]."<br>";
  echo $x[1]."<br>";
  echo $x[2]."<br>";
}

?>

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by:Styleminds
ID: 33632263
but that is not what i need what i need to get result

name1
1
www.sito1.com
name2
2
www.sito2.com
3
name3
www.sito3.com

I need the result to be same as i am fetching a database and getting rows related a certain table
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Marco Gasi earned 500 total points
ID: 33632436
Well, try this: it's not exactly as you wish but almost equal.
<?php
  $name=array("name1", "name2", "name3");
  $numbers= array("1","2","3");
  $website=array("www.sito1.com","www.sito2.com","www.sito3.com");

$array = array();
for ($i=0;$i<count($name);$i++){
  $array[$i]['name'] = $name[$i];
  $array[$i]['numbers'] = $numbers[$i];
  $array[$i]['website'] = $website[$i];
}
for ($i=0;$i<count($array);$i++){
    echo $array[$i]['name']."<br>";
    echo $array[$i]['numbers']."<br>";
    echo $array[$i]['website']."<br>";
}

?>

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