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PHP unset element in Array

Posted on 2013-02-04
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$Row = mysql_fetch_row($Results);
...   utilize singularly $Row[0], then dispense with it so i can use implode on the remaining ...            
unset($Row[0]);
print_r($Row);

result still includes $Row[0]   -  please advise how to "delete" Row[0]
( i tried array_shift and others)

Array ( [0] => 45083 [1] => 45083 [2] => 7164 [3] => xxx@yahoo.com [4] => 2015-12-15  ... )
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unset($Row[0]); works fine here on a row from mysql and on a plain array.  There must be something else going on.  You'll have to post more of your code.
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your encouragement helped me find it!
thanks
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