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Php arrays values

hi, i have this function but im having a little problem getting the values of arrays:

function hour(){

return array(array('value'=>9,'title'=>'9:00 to 11:00 A.M'),array('value'=>11,'title'=>'11:00 to 1:00 P.M'),array('value'=>13,'title'=>'1:00 to 3:00 P.M'),array('value'=>15,'title'=>'3:00 to 6:00 P.M'));

function get_delay_hours(){


if (($hour_options["value"]==9) && ($hour_options["value"]==11) && ($hour_options["value"]==13)){
}elseif ($hour_options["value"]==15){
return $delay;

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If you can tell us in simple, non-technical terms what this piece of code is supposed to do, I think we might be able to show you a better design.  PHP has a lot of built-in DATETIME processing routines, and life is almost always easier if we use the built-in functions.

This article might be helpful if you are looking for some ideas about handling date and time.
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Once again, I must ask, Please tell us in simple, non-technical terms what you were trying to do and explain how the accepted answer provided a solution to your problem, thanks.  I do not understand either the question or how the solution contributes to the PAQ.  I'm fairly sure there is a good explanation and I think you would do all of us a favor if you offered it up now.