Get part of Array

Hi E's, I try to know if have any easy way to get part of the array values in specif intervals.
The only way I now do that is using foreach with a counter, but I try to found a easy way to do that!
In practice I need to get the values of array, from [0] to [24] ant [36] to [170].

Have a easy way to get that intervals of array values?

The best regards, JC
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EMB01Commented:
You could do it like this:

$array = // this is your array, whatever it's called, we'll call it array for now

$min = 0;
$max = 24;

foreach ($array as $key => $var) {

  if ($key > $min && $key < $max) {

    $final[] = $var;

}

// this is the final array
var_dump($final);

// do it again for 36 - 170

$final = array();

$min = 36;
$max = 170;

foreach ($array as $key => $var) {

  if ($key > $min && $key < $max) {

    $final[] = $var;

}

// this is the final array
var_dump($final);

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CKY092Commented:
Assuming the interval is constant, this could be done using the % operator.
$my_array = array('Apple','Orange','Pear','Tomatoe','Bannana');
$interval = 3;

foreach($my_array as $key =>$data){
	if($key % $interval == 0){
		echo $data;
	}
}

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CKY092Commented:
Sorry, misread the question. Thought you wanted specific indexes, not ranges.
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EMB01Commented:
Also, this can be accomplished by using ranges, as CKY092 said.  See this for reference:

http://php.net/manual/en/function.range.php
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Pedro ChagasWebmasterAuthor Commented:
Hi @EMB01, your script work almost well. Almost well because have a little bug. In line3 if the value was 0, the first value of array it was the second line of the file. So, for I get the first line of the file I have to change the value of $min from 0 to -1, and in that way work well!
If not give you too much work, can you change your code for $min = 0 be the first line of the file?

Regards, JC
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EMB01Commented:
I'm not sure I understand.  If you could post the output of your array, it would help me understand.  You can post it by running this code on your array:

die(var_dump($yourArray));
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Pedro ChagasWebmasterAuthor Commented:
The output is: array(4) { [0]=> string(6) "" [1]=> string(46) "" [2]=> string(72) "" [3]=> string(78) "

Is better I explain.
First I get the array values from a file, like: ||||||||\$lines = explode("\n", file_get_contents('index.htm'));|||||||
The file index.htm is composed:
======================
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">
<html>
<head>
<TITLE>Fotos do Azinhal (Castro Marim)</TITLE>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">
<META name="Robots" content="all">
<META name="Language" content="pt">
<META name="Distribution" content="Global">
<META name="Rating" content="General">
<META name="Author" content="Pedro Chagas">
<META name="Copyright" content="PCSXXI 2005">
<META name="Keywords" content="fotos, portugal, fotografia digital, imagens, azinhal, arte digital, cameras digitais, fotos digitais, ferias, viagem, voos, turismo rural, algarve, hotel, ">
=====================================
If $min = -1 and $max = 10 the result is:
====================================
Array
(
    [0] => <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">
    [1] => <html>
    [2] => <head>
    [3] => <TITLE>Fotos do Azinhal (Castro Marim)</TITLE>
    [4] => <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">
    [5] => <META name="Robots" content="all">
    [6] => <META name="Language" content="pt">
    [7] => <META name="Distribution" content="Global">
    [8] => <META name="Rating" content="General">
    [9] => <META name="Author" content="Pedro Chagas">
)
===========================================
If $min = 0 and $max = 10 the result is:
==========================================
Array
(
    [0] => <html>
    [1] => <head>
    [2] => <TITLE>Fotos do Azinhal (Castro Marim)</TITLE>
    [3] => <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">
    [4] => <META name="Robots" content="all">
    [5] => <META name="Language" content="pt">
    [6] => <META name="Distribution" content="Global">
    [7] => <META name="Rating" content="General">
    [8] => <META name="Author" content="Pedro Chagas">
)
============================================
The difference between the 2 result is:
with -1 appear [0] => <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN"> and with 0 not appear.

Regards, JC

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GreatGermCommented:
Quick and dirty without recursion:
$startArray = YOUR ARRAY;
$endArray = array();

$start1 = 0;
$end1 = 24;
$start2 = 36;
$end2 = 170;

foreach ($startArray as $key => $value) {
	if (($value >= $start1 && $value <= $end1) || ($value >= $start2 && $value <= $end2)) {
		$endArray[] = $value;
	}
}

print_r($endArray);

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GreatGermCommented:
And another version if you actually meant the key rather than values as you stated:
$startArray = YOUR ARRAY;
$endArray = array();

$start1 = 0;
$end1 = 24;
$start2 = 36;
$end2 = 170;

foreach ($startArray as $key => $value) {
	if (($key >= $start1 && $key <= $end1) || ($key >= $start2 && $key <= $end2)) {
		$endArray[] = $value;
	}
}

print_r($endArray);

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EMB01Commented:
Yes, sorry, I forgot the code should be like this:

$array = // this is your array, whatever it's called, we'll call it array for now

$min = 0;
$max = 24;

foreach ($array as $key => $var) {

  if ($key >= $min && $key <= $max) {

    $final[] = $var;

}

// this is the final array
var_dump($final);

// do it again for 36 - 170

$final = array();

$min = 36;
$max = 170;

foreach ($array as $key => $var) {

  if ($key >= $min && $key <= $max) {

    $final[] = $var;

}

// this is the final array
var_dump($final);

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