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how can I modify foreach to iterate the values of an array or arrays

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<?php
  $configData= array("PersonModule" => array( 'person'=>'bob' ),"FtpModule"    => array( 'host' =>'example.com','user'  =>'anon' ));
  foreach ($configData as $name=>$value){
    echo '<br>name: '.$name.' value: '.$value;
  }
  

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Notice: Array to string conversion in C:\Users\Acer\Documents\NuSphere PhpED\Projects\noname308.php on line 4

name: PersonModule value: Array
Notice: Array to string conversion in C:\Users\Acer\Documents\NuSphere PhpED\Projects\noname308.php on line 4

name: FtpModule value: Array


how can I modify foreach to iterate the values of an array or arrays
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Question by:rgb192
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You would need to set up a secondary foreach to handle the second array:

<?php
  $configData= array("PersonModule" => array( 'person'=>'bob' ),"FtpModule"    => array( 'host' =>'example.com','user'  =>'anon' ));
  foreach ($configData as $name=>$array){
      foreach ($array as $key => $value) {
    echo '<br>name: '.$name.' value: '.$value;  // or echo '<br>name: ' . $name.' key: '.$key.' value: '.$value;
      }
  }
   

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by:rgb192
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thanks for foreach array
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